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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 12, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00524
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,y Defends' ,the,Motives flAG ISJfSENP$ ( [ ',Arthur E. Donegan : EVERYBODY. ,LIKES ill" fJ,.r

Qf Egbert Gillette Spring Term of High School is ,Opened Resigns as Clerk Certainly, I Folks,' Who T Read-'the." Valley* f. .

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Auspiciously, Gazette Awhile Always Wish to ,,,,
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Former. Chief... Witness Against Accused Man Says dance'Inaeased.. Gives Up Position Which He Has Most Acceptably Continue. Reading, IL'- '" '

Charge Should"Be Dismissed. In a ceremony that was simple,it but offered Filled and. Will Make Active Campaign for. Here I U another*lot of ,letter from "

;s 1 impressive by the contrails which PorstNo. State. Senator-ship.. lovers of the, Valley Gazette, and o( _
. General O. O.
The communication has been sun-kissed K1
following limmee. To see either Is

received this week. by the Valley HANDSOME WORKTitle 83 Osceola, of the G, A. R., presented Monday to the the to love it. and seeing the Gazette makes 0 f

"\4A Gazette from Mr. William Parking -I High School on tr t people want to see the fair land where'I I

"",.r-. Bracken, with reference to the Gillette beautiful flag which now flies above the it published.. \We appreciate these;. I "
Co. Two
Guaranty Prepares
case. Mr. Bracken: was the chief witness building. ,. 4wir'R letters more than we can' tell; for they* ,

against Elder Gillette, and this tine 'Unusually Fine Abstracts.Mr. The time appointed for the exercise this show us that we are accomplishing some*' } x
8:30.A few before "
tribute to the man who I. now being W. B. Harris has recently received was minutes ,thing really worth while for our city and, '
hour the veterans gW
held under bond in spite of the refusal from the Title Guaranty Co an about.forty county: l)! .-
haired who had through '
of the grand jury to indict him is particularly men pasted Baltimore,'.Dec./.31, 1911. /
abstract of title to certain property in war's In.the 's
desolation took their place .
pleasing. Mr. Bracken's suggestion Editor Valley Gazette.' h -
the town of Kissimmee City. This is center tlon of the auditorium At I
that the charges against Elder the 'first abstract made by the Title 1 Dear Sir:-. I cannot do without -*
the of the bell the children, more '
be dismissed Is tap the Gazette and look for 1C
Egbert Gillette should Valley ,
Co. to here and
Guaranty city property the
than six hundred Into
strong, filed .
also gladly received. The spirit of Mr. the eagerly every week. I am .
of the highest authority
in language
hall.-while the G. A. R. members stoodat '
Bracken, as displayed all through the on such matters in Osceola county attention-veterans deferenceto Yours truly; .

,: following letter, is most admirable: is the first real abstract ever made cov- paying MRS. D. C. LEE. 4
Young America so soon to assume
"Finding myself at the beginning of -
ering Kissimrhee city property. The
the burden which the from .
another year enjoying God's choicest Title Guarantee Co. does nothing but time to time is shifting grim from reaper the shoul- Kouts, Ind., Dec. 80, 1911. 1; "

bleasings, of his personal presence spiritually the highest class work and their finished ders of the older Editor Valley Gazette. ..

and the blessings of health and abstracts ore minute in detail and extremely The men. Dear Sr| :-Am enclosing you $1.00 fOil( t
with the singingof
temporal prosperity, and being desirousof neat in appearance. Abstracts program opened a year's subscription to the Valley Gate '
"Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean,
echoing the glad refrain of the angels made by this company ban be used by + tte, as we feel we could not get alone
the ascendedin
and as fresh lj +
above the plains of Bethlehem at the title lawyers in any part of the United the there young seemed voices little dangerto without if ,Wb would be in dear old t

birth of Jesus 'Glory to God in the States without further reference to the the song would Kissimmee this :winter if It was not foj! J '
hearers that heel
highest, and on earth peace good will records as the expert abstractors employed stalk tyranny's serious sickness. In the KIa.l nm.. 't
this land.
ever across
to men,' I would say to those whom it by this company, set forth fully Valley Gazette we see the names of lei
The Psalm
the first
scripture lesson I
," may concern that having given the all material and salient points of con- many we love, Mr. and Mrs. Glover, '

matter careful consideration I have veyqncmg, with special notes as to any of was the read Methodist by Rev. T. Games Dr pastor A. 1. t Mr. and Mrs. McPhatter, Mr. and Mrs. "

concluded that it is not at surprising digressions from usual forms. 1t Prouty, and many others. i
I Holt, of the Baptist church,
that Elder Egbert Gillette should have The Title Guaranty Co. is now pre pastor If able, we hope to spend next winter \i
for the children,
prayed impressively
been led to administer chloroform: to pared to get out 'abstracts of title to In dear old Kissimmee. ,1
the of
hope the and for the
--- country,
Sister Sadie Merchant for the purpose Kisslmmee city lots with utmost speed. land whose flag and emblem With best wishes for a prosperous' was soon
of assisting her in bringing her painful This branch of the work will be in the t New Year to our many friends there
to be unfurled.
earthly existence to a close in a painless hands of Mr. J. S. Floyd who has been we remain Your friends, ,, ,
Prof. R. M. Evans briefly introduced !
manner. I In the abstract business in Florida for ai Ma. AND MRS. A. POTTER.' ,
Acting Commander C. W. Fleming of t
"Elder Egbert was fully aware of the number of MBBSISH
i years. the G. A. R post. Mr. Fleming stated J":
fact that she was a victim of the dread ,i An abstract prepared for the city of that he desired the before HuslerBldg., Carnegie,,Pa., 12-30-'ll.::
I people
young '
disease tuberculosis when he kindly consented Kissimnree has also just been receivedI .. Editor Valley Gazette. I
I him to remember the motive back of
to accept her as a member of his I at the local office and is a beauty. This the Dear SlrW. certainly enjoy: I
presentation of the flag. The
family. He fully understood the nature i> writer is 'not much of an authority on of the he members ARTHUR E. DONEGAN reading your paper as it keeps us postedon ',lta
post said, were impelled
of her disease and Was aware of the look these Th letters sent Committee current events happening In and .
" i how abstracts ought to but by a love of old glory, and by a love of following were The State Executive will

)lfact that she had been under medical 'I" two prepared py the Title Guaranty Co. the school, without which the land for day evening to Governor ThUrS-\\ meet next week in Jacksonville to call around Kissimmee, a* we are both I Ins" 'I' .

.rtreatment without having obtained relief -( to the Democratic Executive Wrested down there. '
::; certainly appear "all to the candy. which the flag is an emblem would fail the primaries for this year,-after which It'

I and he knew that he was taking They seem to contain all the Informa- Rev. S. S. Snyder, pastor of the Presbyterian by Mr. Arthur E. Donegan the compaign will be formally launched. Thanking; you for sending the paper o.

upon himself a very serious responsibility tion possible to obtain on the subject of church was then introducedand his position as clerk of the circuit court. When I announced my candidacy for in the past, Your very truly, a

in accepting the care of such a pa- the property examined, and are put up made the address of presentation.He This announcement will be a complete \ the State Senate I stated that it wu J.,.,. CUROE r

tient, 7 the kindness of his heart was in such neat and tasty way. as to appeal briefly sketched the history of the surprise to a majority of the readers of my intention to make a thorough and D, ,P. HUSLEB.. v
such that he could not resist the inclination strongly to our artistic typographical worked the Valley Gazette but the purpose of systematic canvass of' the two counties -- '
flag, as out 125
to assist her, and during the yearsthat eye. Gen. yeari ago by presenting the resignation now is clearly composing this senatorial district, and Arkanw City, D.c. 26, 1911.
George Washington, and by Betsy
followed be always exercised to- Mr. Lewis O'Bryan, the local mana- Ross whose the stated in the letters. Mr. Doneganwill find that it will be impossible for Editor Valley Gazette. t

ward her a l large amount of fatherly respect ger of the company, has commended *distinctive, inspiration five gave fi.gth The begin his active campaign for election me to do BO, and properly attend to the Dear Sir:-Your valued paper, the----,
and Indulgence, and treated her himself most highly to the people of flrat'flag 126 to the state senate immediately after 'duties of my present office. Gazette, also card, reached ,me this

as 1 myself would like to be '' treated if this city with'whom he has bad any re- the cross,of designed St. George years and St.ago Andrew, bore the resignation takes effect The During my term of office as .clerk of morning, and I take this opportunity |> ;. ,. '

I was in the grasp'of such a dreadful tioni by the evident thoroughness of his A later first letter. follow; the circuit court I have given to-the duties'of < express my congratulations to you '
dlle...; He informed me that on one year the flag with thirteen .f the good people of Kisslmmee torso n tol'| t" : ,,
work. He is trained in the: law and Is stars in a field of blue and thirteen 'alternating January 11, 1912. that office my most careful per '

occasion when she was despondent and prepared, take the tangles out of the white and red : Hon.. Albert W. Gilchrist, Guvernor of sonal attention, personally'supervising. bly expressing their desire to make K.. .', tin
stripes was
simmee of the best towns '
wanted to release\ herself from earthlifeby most knotty problem of conveyancing. adopted. In 1818 decided to Florida Tallahassee, Florida I all of its many details;' but to make the one or I :
drowning, he persuaded her not to, congress have Florida by voting the Improvement 7bond.
retain the thirteen stripes My Dear Sir:-I previously an- campaign which have planned for State
significantof .. I believe this to be of the
but in moment of weakness while one
nounced my intention of becoming a Senator, it will require my absence from
IN RUNAWAY the original thirteen and add
KILLED states
I in the rightdlrectlbri that
evercome by her entreaties and his kind candidate for State Senator from the the office to such an extent that I feel greatest steps
new stars for new states admitted. The I has been taken for the of
fatherly affection for her he agreed to and I would be trust if ever good your
speaker said that the idea of the flag district composed of Osceola Orange that recreant to my <

assist her out of her earthly troubles Mr. John L. Keen is Victim of a probably came from the coat of counties; and as the campaign is aboutto !> in seeking other honors, 1 neglected In already ,
arms Now if those and swine lover
and thus paved the way for getting himself of the be forfnallj opened I have decided to the smallest degree the duties of the office cow i ,
Fatal Accident.Mr. Washington family. "The colors -
would think
to they
into trouble. hope, however that stop long enough :
resign my position as Clerk of the Circuit which the people of my county have
the speaker "are old I
when court meets in April the case John L. Keen, a young man residing said as as Court of Osceola County; ,and I entrusted to my care. would swear by the Bible that they would
the heavens, but the design I is new, and
against him will be dismissed. 1 feel about ten miles west of KIssIm- of vote for the next ordlnance'that came
is submit this to you as my resignation Therefore believing it to be for the .
distinctively American. The stars I
that the atate'should be quick to recognize mee and well known in this city died and that office, to become effective Febru- best interests of the county that the du- up to keep the cows and swine off the
stripes are the emblem of the
and appreciate the many manly last Saturday morning as the result of great streets of lovely Kis.:immee. I..y
thereafter of the office continue
est nation in- the ary 15, 1912. or as soon as ; ties to be performedand
world. Mr. i .
nature -Snyderin I, lovely from a knowledge of what It was A
qualities of his true and noble an accident sustained Friday evening my and qualified. the clerk,
successor appointed personally supervised by
closing urged the young people to is : a as myself and wife were there : 11I::.
in having undertaken the care of a patient when his horse ran away throwing him and realizing that it will be impossible year ago "
study the history of the flag and of the Without disparagement to others '
any I few last Dececber. We
days thought
from disease that the a \
suffering a from the .
to do this and make the campaign I have
ration it represents, to remember that who may disagree with me, or pursue l';
doctors desire to isolate as much as pos- I Mr. Keen had been at the home of planned for State Senator, I have this BcCmuch qf tho town, country and eU:4:
different state thatin
the youth of today has a heritage from courses, I wish to
sible for the protection of others. his father, J. J. Keen and was return- mate that we bought a five-acre tract y
day forwarded< the past and that there is an obligationto order for me to make a thorough and I < my of friend A.. S. Nelson In Pined.ak. 3 I
our -
"Remember the words of Him who ing to his own place when the unfortu- clerk of the circuit court.In .
pass to coming generations an even systematic canvass of the two counties | as We have been trying all fall to make 3
said, 'Inasmuch as ye have done it to nate accident happened. His wife became will reaching this determination to resign -
richer district, it
heritage. composing this senatorial "
the least of these my brethren ye have alarmed when the horse returned office I as clerk of the circuit court, I am arrangements to mave there and makeKissimmee
necessitate from y
1 done! it tome,' and let us add our bles- without the driver, and upon a search Prof. Evans, on behalf of the school and my absence my | not unmindful of the fact that there are our home. We had arrangedto "
a in degreeof '
sing to such noble souls. Egbert) Gil- being instituted, Mr. Keen was found accepted the gift. He assured the post consequent neglect some announced candidates for this position ship our goods the first of January.
I now
lette and others who, forgetting self unconscious by the roadside. He had that the flag was received as a token of ask my official duties:; and rather another ; but I sincerely trust that you will 1912: but my wife was.taken down sick:

love and friendship. "We all Americans my people to elect me to II last Saturday with bronchitis and Is ,
expose themselves to danger that they evidently fallen upon his head and had are recommend to the governor for appointment yet .

may be a blessing and protection suffered a concussion of the brain. He ," he said. "We love everythingthat position while I am in any small measure as successor some good Democrat bedfast, but some better. But just as
office my
the .
to needy ones who are sometimes absolutely lived until Saturday morning when he pertains to our country. We wishto with neglecting duties of the I of the county who is not now an soon as she is able to travel we 'expect ", ,'

unable to help themselves. passed without, con assure you that we can never forget which they have honored me in I to start to Kissimmee feellnJaureyolll'
away regaining announced candidate for the position
I ask
"WILLIAM PARKING BRACKEN." : sciousness. Mr. Keen is survived by your love and kindness. I speak the past have decided to resign; and I and who will in consideration ot the lovely climate will do us more" good than ,

I II his widow and three children. sentiment of the school and the COmmu- you to appoint someone to succeed me all the doctors.
I I recommendation declare his
1 he funeral was held at Shingle nity in saying that we will always love for the remainder of my term.I intention not to become a candidate: in doping to n see you -and,_ all__ friends -In- -

PARISIANCREATIONS : Creek cemetery Sunday afternoon. A the flag tenderly, cherish it, and will be have addressed a communication to the primaries of this year. I would re- the near future, I am,

I very large concourse of friends from better citizens because we have 'old the Osceola County Democratic Execu- j to see of the announced candidates Yours moat truly, :
gret any
"Mere 'Man" tfelpless in Thrilling the vicinity of his home, and from this glory' to fly over our heads." tive Committee today asking that bodyto for this position recommended by A. R. McCOBMAC. t 6

city, attended the funeral,. attesting Following the singing of "America"the recommend the name! of some good for it would obviously give that s 6r

4 Millinery Contest I' the popularity of the young man, who audience marched to the front of is Democrat not for appointment by you, who for candidate you an advantage over the,others, SOMEVEGETABLES( '". ',. ..

The hat trimming contest at the chapter was very' highly esteemed. by all who the building and saluted as the flag was this now an announced candidate a condition which I would regret to have -. ;'.'t.. '.

to be knew him. flung to 'the breeze, giving three position; and who will publicly an-
house Tuesday night proved hearty caused by my resignation this time. \'
nounce at by Mr. M. D. Casler Says That Anything
one of the merrieft entertainments yet cheers for the "red, white and blue," or before his endorsement I am truly grateful to the'good! people -

given 'm the Tuesday night loci all. REV. T. ( ROLfE DIES ending the simple ceremony in which as the candidate committee that be will not becomea of Osceola county for their confidence Will Grow i in, Kissimmee. e
yet untested youth united for this position In the primaries -
of with time- f'
There number men present
were a the I have given to their
this I In me in past. Mr. M. D. Casler,who came to Kis-
consented be "led tried age in deference to this emblem year: i do this because
but only four to like ,
service of the best of
think it public some years simmer from Parish, N. Y., In June s
lambs to the laughter and their Retirad Minister Passes of the land, of all lands the best. would be obviously unfair .
Baptist other if my life and in resigning my position at 1910, and located about three-quarter A'
candidate. one
efforts to artistic The flag raising served to add interest for this position
clumsy masculine bring do in the belief that it is
this time I so
Away at His Home of those now be rec- of a mile from the local postoffice, ha
to the of announced should
Parisian creations out'of the hetero- spring term of ,
to people. I cannot .
ommend my plain duty my had mostexcellent success In,the grow
genous mass of trimmin's supplied them Rev. T. E. pol f., a retired Baptist the school, after the Christmas vaca- by the committee' and appointedby consistently accept rewark for services]' of truck. He Inform n* that, hejhad ** v,

furnished the ladies the foundation for minister,' ,who had been living in this tion. Prof. Evans,took occasion to' re. With you high' not rendered, and realising-that-.cannot -; on his tablemen January"niw Irish '"

extensive hilarity. By a vote of the city for nearly two yesrs, died at hit fir to the fact that Kisaimmee has one esteem renewVaasuranc/s I of my make a thorough and systematic potatoes, sweet potatoes, lettuce,. cef1

ladle l present Mr. games L. Ince was home here I Saturday evening, aged of the largest schools in the state. H. remain' campaign for State Senator and prop- ery, green corn egg plant, tomatoes, _. f n z
.awarded the first price for a chic little nearly 69 years. ',Th. funeral was beld said he had just returned from the educational Very truly yours, erly discharge t$ ss duties, I have decided strawberries, young onions,. ''and_kale. ; .

i ,evening. hat In black and red. Mr. Inc. Monday.Dr. A. J; Holt; pastor"., of.the .convention Jacksonville: at ,ARTHUR E. DONEGAN it is best to resign What epicure could want a greater:;vas._ w+}

Ted' fourtiHin Wtea. Incidentallyit Baptist horch"ConducUng the beautifnl -- hlehhah'd talked with-andcompared ,--...- or'yunr idhriatt"Mt':Caalenty"that' -

n may be.stated that the two newspaper and mpressive services' ,;assisted: by notes with principals 'tram all parts of To the Democratic kindly consideration of.the request. herein if the people who own land here) will all, ' ,

r men present divided -'booIJT'i, Rev:,. H. T. ,Gtlnes,and Rev. W.:;W. Florida;;and came back better pleased Executive Commit- made. I am,. busy success In truck farming ...-, k ti
( withthe OsceoU School tea of Oseeola get
Grand High than
BelL -The Army ritual was read ever. Florida
i honors,"'with five votes each. The rep-I by.the members of Gen. O. O. Howard He said that he did not want'to become G ntlemen:-SYtrBj County'lJIontb ago .r I Very" truly yours. bound,to come.He; contends: with tttt3Valley % t'

f resentaU of,the press decided nnanr poet,' and music was given by:Jthe combined satisfied with present achievements, announced a ABTHUB Ev DotBGAit.rn. ,_Gazette, .:.that,;. t1.I.tIon'I. '_\.:",'
myllnUntiofi; becoming -- -- -' '
| : -Imously-that la the bowing-made-In choirs of theBaptist and the however/ba desired the school to keep the test: climate wwlioir $& "
suffrage should not be '.churches7 pressing toward candidate for Jhe of State Senator board of trustees In charge of 'i1''oo{ '
to. the balloting, ; \ Presbyterian:, Tfoe remains greater height; of position! The- and that:It brain and woU__ _ ; Jtr r rwtth'
'' attainment.: *.-. from the Oa- Hall met Wednesday after- ,
granted to the women wen'.taken to Wetmore'Kan.forburiaL :,. district composed of Fraternity
Preceding the balloting oft- mfflin.' ;' ,* ,, jTemperatures .The already crowded school 'was Increased ceola and Orange eOlUltie. which necessarily afternoon 'to open bids for their sit of the'dln'lt :will prodsSPsUWn' I.

era an Interesting i ;' i i 1..- i MI *. by quite a number of new pa- the opera boas for.the ensuing year.. that p t.. ,MrV Casler.Is bow getting!'V '
Sing was held In which Miss Mason of 22 to 24 degrees. are pile at the,beginning: of the spring term."-'ml..tirem nt from thposition s Messrs. Key, & Todd of St. Cloud, offered ground ready for his spring ''crops'ami* 110 it :

1 took first prise vpleaslnff piano music forecasted>/ by Saturday night A cold At the present rate of growth addi- of clerk th>eireuU court.ol $62.60 a,month.. which was the .. '. .1 r

,. 'was famished daring; the evening. by., wave is'. hastening' down through the tional facilities will be imperative. .within . . this county at the,' ,fa 0 t'my preMnC t highest bid and these gentlemen will promise to report the rssultot hi*work- '' f

Miss Ellis,' Miss Lord, and others. I, Sooth. accompanied .by sleet and snow.. a,;year: or two at,the,latest tenD. .: Jt "" '-' .. take charge lnFebrearTr 'Uuroagh; the VaDtyGazatte J lateral '1'r ,

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GAZETTE Januaryl2,19l2 f.
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-- 'BusinesSMCI1S league. '1 y' I._ ''' '.I:, :
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n .......,___. _..: L''r" -' _ called .
I Cloud to'order JanuarY'
St. Meeting w. -

'r t ; 8, with he5eW re made chair.|r

TRUCKSWE r -,-- Several ip ;, regard- Is' Sent Complimentary;
i of the league, i
; r T C. ROBERTS., Correspondent ,'"nfpopTspolu9 About, building 4(1( !!. I "

The Livingston! Memorial M. E, in interesting'manner. '

.. ...Y...,...r..,.,....._",.<-. : church will be dedicated on Sunday to"the East Mr.Coast King,, a reported very that Parties receiving this paper, who are not
r January 1,.4. by Bishop Henry W Warren train would be 'in St.'((loud regular subscribers, must not think that it i.t is
call the attention of customersto agricultural
our of Denver, Colorado. At 10:30 a foe ,
on Februaiy' 6 three hours for-the the intention of the "publishers: to later demand

our fine line of trunks.made by sermon will be preached by the bishop benebtof agrlculturesand .asked that price it i is
and the dedication will follow At 3.30: could do so, would meet the of them the subscription ; as .
the. Headley-Farmer, Co., of New York, for there will be a love feast and at 7 in the all gentleman.. 4 mailed to them complimentary by our Board
Rev. R. A, Carmine
evening a sermon
which On motion of Mr. King that the suggestions ; of County Commissioners for the purpose of
sole in Kissimmee.We district superintendent.
we are agents of I 1)r. Pope be accepted and

assortment'ofFibre that he \be. delegated to 'act for the acquainting them with the many advantagesand

have 'just received an 1 James Walden and wife, from West league amended to defer to next meeting opportunities ibis town and county offer

Hock port, Me., are here to stay. They carried.
and Canvas Hat and Skirt Trunksfor was mailed
will build : the homeseeker. The paper will be .a
lots and
have two on Mary. On motion the bill of J. C. McNew

Ladies, also Men's Trunks with draw l Isnd avenue and Thirteenth' street. Thisis for( stamps amounting to 60c, was read few weeks to any person whose name is given
their first visit here a think
nathey and ordeted paid. and'if should desire to receive it
they regularly
ers; Steamers, Etc. We call your attention St.: Cloud! a tine place and.are well 8atiified. Adjourned to meet January 15 us,

thereafter, we would be glad to put

to the guarantee on the Fibre. -Tampa Business C IIeJe.' them on our 'subscription list at the regular

The St. Cloud Agricultural Association
Call and see us. Cash or installment was organized last Wednesday with This is one of the few business train- rates.

126 members. The drum corps called ing colleges( in America owning its build- ._ 1W't

payments. the people together at 2 o'clock. F. P. ingland I used exclusively for college and

Wentworth, who had secured the charter I dormitory purposes. Every department.

list, called the meeting to order equipped in modern office style. Over

after singing/ America Rev E. T. Pot- forty brand new visible typewriters for '.

: Kissimmee Furniture Co. aer offered player. Mr. Wentworth. students' use. Penmanship, practical ,

then stated the object of the meetingand bookkeeping, and simplest and briefest

a temporary organization of theSt shorthand taught; by experts Six hundred I ;
students the put More
year. positions
Cloud Association ,
was than this
open college can fill.
effected: with F. W. Wentworth as chair Winter term bens first week in Janus ,!

man and W. P. Lynch secretary Remarks ary, 1112/ and other litera- :
free L. M. Hatton President. . a .
were made by S. J. Scriber, F ture ,

III Fans and others A committee on permanent 1-t fAN ,
organization reported the fol* 25PerCenIOll
intelligent person may earn $100
lowing list of oftcers who were unanimously -I monthly.! corresponding for newspapers

elected!: President, Frank I' No canvassing. Send for par
HOLIDAY BARGAINS OF Vtentworth.; first vice-president, Rev ticulars. Press Syndicate B 2246,
J. 15 Westcott ; second vice-president, '

E. G. Farris, third vice-president, G. '

Florida Homes 1 F Smith; recording secretary, W. I'. I II Notice, A discount of 25 per cent will be allowed

Lynch; financial secretary, J. ,O. Me I .1 1< r .ihe prmiHlotiK of "Section" 76A of the '
I !New: ; treasurer Mrs. J. Q dill; lecturer "" i,< rn iatnte of the St i h, ,, given that at a regular meeting of the
AND INVESMENTS IJev 'w. F. Kenney, assistant I;"Hiil of County CoiutaiftK|.nttra of OhretilHmi Coat '
I I In Mid Plate. beld on the l I"t day of
lecturer, Mrs C. S. Cooper ,
; chaplain .
.n.A V the '
i inn 1912. boundaries of ( oniif Our matchless of "Printzess" garments
Kev L T. Potter; t duard. W. A. Stewart .10"1'1I't DlKtrlrtii Kos.8 and 4 in said coun __

i BROWN FARM. This farm contains 40 acres, located >4 mile from ; ushers, J. I 11.! DeGraw and T. I F ,i 1 b.n\, "r.,t,'.d< changed, are now; aa and follows that nald: bouu'larlee, an ". ".. ..._ .. is included in this offer.

railway station, less than 200 yards from school and church. Van Arsdale; chorister, J. N. Griffinorganist ,, I Imiru-t No Beginning at the northeast'
About 15 acres in cultivation, fenced hog tight, 25 acres of fine citrus .., "MM.T.of township: ,moth, range !M 1 east, and
Mrs. J J. Cummings. 9h.object uu i mug'I thence writ on the oonnt.lIne to tbe
fruit land, 15 acres of good trucking; land, about one dozen splendid l .
I I : 81' thence
ins dividing lownihlpiUoand
large bearing orange trees, of good variety. Medium stables 4-room of the association is for the promotion I -miiLF.'uln "D said range line to Lake Kant 'TohopeLnhipt -
w frame house, 2 fireplaces, 2 porches. Price, $1600, time on half if of agriculture, horticulture and thence southwest to lb. bead of then
desired. IJ' songs Canal on said lake; thence down
advancement of its membership along!'T<"t- '\r-of said anal to take Tobopckallga; KATZSGifts
KEENE FARM. This place contains 20 acres, comparatively level / ,ho'll went acKMa said lak. to tu weMerniinirnib
land, rich dark gray ash soil with fine chocolate sub-soil; 16 acres edu'ationacooperative and social) : tbeoc south" on west shore of mid
cultivation, stumps all out but two, ,4 acres on one corner timber lines. The meetings are to be held on I I akt be caual\; tbe......down sue center oln .
l to Lake Cvpraai: tbence eaut on tb*
land, nicely set to grass. Fenced hog tight running water throughit. ( the first and third Thursdays in each o .Lak.Cypress. thence east. to townuilpIrldlnc
Five-room box house, 2 porches, good stables, sheds, 3 grain bins modth at 2 m., in the G. A. R. hall. I townihlp, 27 and :28. thence eaetto .
one deep and one open well, about 2 acres of orange /grove in bearing, p. : .. rang line between rangee 81 and tu,
c besides grapefruit, Japanese persimmons, plums, peaches and pears, rl mhlpi rae.olh IK and to the ttl; thence township east to line the dlTldiogto eastern
fine line of live oak trees In front with a few Chinese umbrella trees, Dr. C. S. Cooper will give a lecture: iMiuudarjr of tbe county end thence north "..
several maples and a few pine, several nice large shade trees in the lung tbe county Un. to tbe point of beginning
en the Holy Land
front yard, Ji beautiful palm, 2 magnolias some crepe myrtle, rosebushes Tuesday evening in ,
the AL., E. church, proceeds to furnisha iMfctrict" No. Itagrinnliig I at the northeast
2 grape arbors, chicken house and chicken yards and a beautiful ..i.ruer of townahlp A mouth, range M ealt. and
n place for an ideal borne. About one mile from the city limits. map for the Sunday school. Admission running thenc..oathonthecounfyIto. to tbetotrnablp
Will\ Introduce purchaser to.owner with whom they can deal direct on ten cents. line dividing townihlpe gl and SA:
this farm.PEGHORN. thoSe.we.too..Idtownship, line to the Kl"-
river thence north on western bound-
PROPERTY. We have 278 acres of good land, good soil The Mimmee are of the county to lake Cypress: thence
well adapted to farming and citrus fruits. About 200 acres Pennsylvania Association met at north and east on weat bore of Lake Cypreiito

fenced '15 acres cultivation, 2 acres of bearing orange grove and 2 o'clock December 29, in G. A. R hall r .:1>.the theocaesutioog township line .between laid line townships to tbe 27 end
some young trees coming on 6-room house store building on the corner and was called to order bv President between rangea 81 and 82; thence south
of the place. The building is rented for 1912 for $200, payable Bowers. The I long I said line. to the township line between
4 t monthly in advance. School house 100 yards from the residence on meeting was opened with townlbl.- and :JS, and thence east to tbe
.the land. Considerable.. timber arid lots of,tie timber of value on the singing of Amenc, after which Rev. taint\ of beginning. and Souvenirs i
made under theprovl- :
+ the place; about -25 acres of cypress timber, valuable for fence posts, Kenney led in a short prayer. The fol- Mom Bald ol change Chapter being Mad, Acts of 1VO, Laws of .
telegraph and telephone poles. This is a splendid property, about 2 lowing short program was rendered: Florida. .- i
miles from a town of 2500 people, li miles from railway junction, 14 In witness whereof,T bare hereunto set mrhand \
Letter Mill
Reading, from a Pennsylvania and offlolal seal I. a. Kimiimmee in
mile to church, good neighborhood; on'a well-traveled road. Prjce, $25 count of Oaoeola, this 3rd day of January. '
per acre. Favorable terms of payment. Dutchman, Mrs. J. K. Huston; reading, P.19I:1.: In Hattid-Palnted China'W .
TEN ACRES of land just across the road from the above. Fenced Jacob's Lament, Comrade Francher; (Seal) ARTHUR E,Circuit DOKEOA-Conrt., .
and cross fenced, all In cultivation, 7i acres of excellent citrus song Battle Cry of Freedom, audience. I :l-4t d
fruit land with about 21 of bearing O and Leather
acres grove, mostly /grapefruit, Comrade Irish - - -- --- r 4
some tangerines and good/ variety of orange; 21 acres of extraor- I Kenney gave an selection
dinary fine trucking land, good stables, /grain bins, wagon house and entitled, Miss Maloney on the Chinese I t

sheds, 2 wells, 3-room house. Price, $1500 on favorable terms of pay- Question. Comrade DeGraw moved
ment. The orchard will pay a big interest on the amount without'the and Comrade Kenney seconded the mo- .
balance of the farm.
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PINEHURST HOME. Here we have a house of 4 large rooms witha tion that officers be elected to serve one NewDepartment

rear porch front porch and a veranda fronting the east. BeautifuJ year instead of one month, as hereto- We have a large assortment of Novelties in

r ; ,view of the fake, overlooking the town, located on the highest ground j tore Adjourned to meet Wednesday\ Cornwall and .tRough
'near, Kissimmee. A splendid deep well of good water, nice young/ January 24, 1912. Wood polished hand-painted
-pIne trees surrounding the place. Prettiest place to live in the coun Wood Nut and Fruit Bowls Book Racks,
try. Fronting; on Hudson avenue outside the city limits. Nearly
80O feet of ground goes with this pace, plenty of room for a nice or- At 9 o'clock, on New Year'.. morning NapKin Rings. Stamp Boxes, etc., and Leather J

fry ange grove, chicken yards and gardening. The house on this place is several teams loaded with friends
all nicely screened and has 5 nice large closets. An ideal place to live. and Goods in of
also with a widq variety styles and prices..
St. Cloud drum
Price, $Iwo on easy terms of payment. corps, proceeded
No. SCHNEIDER/ FARM. This farm contains 120 acres, located to the residence of Mr Bullard", When you want "5omethin different" to keep.or

\ a beautiful large, clear lake, which is connected with 6 or 7 other on the lake front, for the purpose of tp send away you'll fird it here. .
lakes by artificial canals. Some of the finest rich muck land for farm
ing on the place, fine lot of hammock land with hard oak timber, a raising the stars and stripes over the
great deal of mast for hogs. This is high pine land with considerablesaw l beautiful new home which he has just Having added a Fresh Meat De- ,

timber. One orange trove of 9 acres, about one dozen splendid I erected and now occupies. The grounds/: to Grocery Store we ..
grapefruit trees, 6 tangerines/ balance good variety of oranges. This and garden are both well supplied with partment our
i is a thrifty, healthy grove in good condition. Another grove of about flowers and shrubs and are now able to give you the daintiest -
a 8 acres'most of which is grapefruit. Over a carload of Rrapeftuitonthis many of his
n I grove at the present time, besides a fine lot of oranges/ and tan friends who had not previoush been, $ morsels cut from the fattest Mrs. E. L Pearce

gerines. Several more acres of land ready to plant to grove, 3-room I down there :were charmed with the lo Florida and Western stock ,
+ l-, l house, stables, large log barn. Beautiful place for a home, 41 miles I (cation. The flag was thrown to thebreeze i
r foom a town of 2500 people 2J miles from railway station 1'rice ,
rt. $12,500, $2500 cash, balance $IIOO! per annum, payable in FI'Lruarvofeach , the drum corps played, and the 1
year with interest at 6 per cent. These groves properly managed audience! sang with the vim only) old soldiers OPEN NOWand ,
should make all the deferred payments and support a family be- I can use Star Spangled Banner. I
beside leaving the balance of the firm\ for other purposes A fine After a good substantial lunch the
< opportunity to grow wealthy from a small outlay of cash to start with
Owner Is a non-resident and would accept some good Kansas property I party settled down to a good time in the
as part pay.PINEUAL.E.. good old fashioned sty I... Songs and f

We have several fine 2, 5 and 10-acre tracts of land in i recitations were in order and they returned prices are always right at She has not the -whole 1
Pinedale. Finest of suburban property near Kissimmee. Land before
shortly than
r lies high, overlooking the town and lake, joins the city limits. An 1 more earth Ito sell but just choice J 1t
r ideal place for poultry business and growing orange groves, giving i ever convinced that Mr. Bullard is a ,

advantages of high schools, churches and good markets, with 4 000 jolly good fellow. bits of ftlocatcd/n i
t" splendid neighbors. Prices from $250 to $375 for these r'- cre tra'ct '_

'" 4 Favorable terms of payment.Park 1i. F. Owens, on New York avenue, Kissimmee
PARK GARDENS. Garden is located only a little over a mile North
K 'J:" from the city limits, has the county boundary on the west, a beauti- I who has been sick for several weeks is

tul stream of water on the north and Lake Tot opekahga on the east i slowly improving. FLORIDACHOICE
',.i This is fine bottom land on which excellent flowing wells can be n->- '
p cured, there now being about one dozen wells in operation; land the I
Mr. A. E. Drought of St. Cloud, wa* Taylor'sQuick
1 very finest rich soil, capable of growing/ 3 crops per annum These !
lands can be had in 5, 10 or 40-acre tracts as desired. No I better land I a Kissimmee visitor on Tuesday. ,
' } in Florida. One year's trucking on these lands should pay several

times the present price of $100 per acre on favorable terms. One well I Messrs. T. C. Roberts;; :Wood, French Delivery Phone 250 HOMES
on this carries the water in the
property up pipe more than 10 feet ""
e high. There' were 900 acres of Park Gardens, of which about 600 and Allerton were on a hunting trip fora SELECT FARMS
t. acres have been sold. The producing power of these lands is very few days. They got lots of game and .
great and no question about the intrinsic value of this property; have had a fine time. VACANT LOTS '
' station Ji mile from this
a loading land. ,
FARM. This beautiful suburban farm lies just outside the i Mr. L. G. Collins and Miss' Emma AND ACREAGE:
city limits, can drive right off the hard marl road onto the
erty. Can stand on the front porch and look down Main street. prop This Huhng were united in marriage at)high
1 location: Is very valuable, giving fin* high school privileges, churches, 1I6OB-.N.-. Year's nay .t se hnme of FOR SALE;: SO acres t mile Ask About Them

markets, etc.; 225 bearing orange trees, several Japanese peraima thhe bride, Juniata, Fla Tt* bride and from ty IImltst2' acre
metis, all kinds,ol beautiful ornamental shade around standing
the house
6- cultivation some
sister ,
staying with ,
: groom are the groom'* ?
frame bouse with
room porch in front and around one side, 3-room 'land. MRS. SUMMERS
errant house, good horse barn, cow barn chicken yards and chicken on Delaware avenue On the evenIng timber, and .good pasture

i ,co bouse, good deep well)) and one surface well This is an ideal of January.4, the young people pf Fruit trees set put, berries .

: sition_ .worth\ $4600, owned by a non-resident propo St. Cloud gave the bride and groom a lti5rocnn"dwelliri,- Lake View Cottage .

t 'fp'a, -. I -.. shower Many useful J and< pretty gifts ./good barn 3 wells, farming SOUTH KISSIMMEEIf

'It were received- and everyofle.eujoyal r.topls;horse.wagon and buggy..
s: t NELSON REALTY COMPANY the eveningvery much. Refreshments hog. ..&r)4 pou1 =
', price $2,5PO.
k ': ;}:1 'KISSIMMEE;FLORIDA were serred, and at o'clock theyrtncfolks'departed'wishing .... ,
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January 12. lot) THE KISS 1.-MEE' VALLEY GAZEMI_ :- .
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I } t thTtroCPorts oto and treasurer filed' ./ (-

;....J. Proceedings, showln& mounts! collect.. .. ',.

'. : In ttte various funds,, 'HOTEL ''BUHHYMBDS

Silverware County Commiss1oferslic Tax. flIed collector's automobile license re- ....,...... Plerl4te ,

I showing f license collected, Op-to-date, beautifully located.,.
e t'to. ense issued to H. M. Pf ann. Artesian Water, Tennis and Cro-

-Kissimmee .'FlL Ian: 11912" Treasurer filed> bG, guet Granoda good hunting flshSIR -
; r.Qort showing
the and .
itg following boating. A' flnt-elaaa
The Board of County Commissioner va rioui | cei hand In the modern coon try Hotel,overlooking1
in and for the county of Osceola, State funds; 'f' East Tohopekaligm-,' Good

of Florida, met In regular session on Revenue . ,. ." ' " .$ 1324 25 5- !good cooking and beds.) Table
a TI the above date there being present ,J5. Fine and forfeiture! . :, . md 69 board $b per week; rooms from $2
I School 1 to $6 per week bath and abower'bath
Over- fund _
L. Lesley, eha'lnnan; E. L. D. -. . 2666 24 | included.. .1;
Road "
street, 0, R. Bass. A: F. Bass and w, und. . ? . .* 2837 35 WM. G. KRAPE, Manager .

//I S. Peirce, ommissioners; Arthur t. ConvIct 8pedal.fuod/ : . ''' ' 51 16 __ _{I Box 1-49' ,P. O. ST. ."

Donegan, clerk; and Messr Vans Agnew lease . . . . 600 60 I t CJ.oon,1FA. '

: and Crawford, attorneys for the S. S. D. No.1. . . . . 616 92 '

,, Nothing hae eferbeen found Board. S. D.,No. 2. . . . . .. 47 oo

V that lends the same: air of aristocracy Minutes of last meeting were read S. S. D. N*. 3 . 1224 12
e o
to the home as and approved.A J>. D..No.4. . . 13 15 I Y a

SILV.ERWAREOur ; petition was read stating!: that a QThe followigg resolution was readS DREWS

c, Good Roads train would be at Kissim- and approved: 1 :
stock is the: most complete and 6, 12 Whereas, Commissioner's
\ mee on Feb. 3, 3:56 p. m. to Feb. District
q comprehensive .collection of this beautifulware noon, and at St.Cloud on Feb. 8 from No. 4 divides Election District No. 5 so THE BIG JACKSONVILLE HOUSE. I, j,r

south of the large Eastern cities. We 1:04: p. m. to 3:34 p. m: that a part of said election district lies FINE STATIONERY

have searched the world's markets and Mr. S. J. Triplett appeared before in part Commissioner's in District No. 4 and For ; ; 1
the Board in behalf of the KIssImmee ioner's DistrlctNo.8 .
have THE BEST Valley Gazette, requesting that the Resolved, That under the provisions Better and j -4

f" f., Solid Sterling Silver Tea Set five Valley Gazette be named the official of Chapter 5968 Acts of 1909 the DIE STAMPING. i i '
r,01. Stalker boundaries of said Commissioner's D'is 1
W. .
'1 organ the Board; Mr. F. Service
H pieces, plain design $90.00. .
; ; "r trict No. 3 be BOOKS '
also altered .
., of the Osceola Journal, was I so as to include
-b .JI Solid Saver After Dinner Set-4 pieces present, and asked for a share of the I the following three townships: in ARTIST'S SURVEYOR'S andDRAFTSMEN'S '
-pot $.1,0.00, business for his motion Township 28, range 32 28
creamer sugar and tray paper. 'Upon ; township ,

Sandwich Plates, solid silver, $16 up. duly seconded, the Valley Gazette was range 33.; and township 28, range 34. Supplying MATERIALSKODAKS .t

Bread Trays, solid silver, $15 up. selected by the Board as the official organ Resolved further, That the boundarIes . ,

Salad Bowls, solid silver, $20 up. for the ensuing year. of Commissioner's District No. 3, Your
Bon Bon Dishes, solid silver, $20 up. Mr. A. S. Nelson appeared before the A amended, be as follows: SPORTING({ GOODS i :il

Sugar: Baskets, solid silver, $12 up. Board and asked that they subscribe coroer Dlnrirt 01' tow No.ikhlp Beginning a .arn/h/ ranli'at the M northeut i.t. and Wants J VENIRS ETC. : '
for :* number of copies of the '''Special rUnolnr lbeo" urea on the count,. line ttj the i
A large stock of the very best Quadruple Plate in all sizes, be no M line divldinj to..o hh,.SO.od 8lLtheuce
Edition of the Valley Gazette to "Dlh 00 said' 0 "n .. '
rant -
styles and for all . EVERYTHING FOR THE ,t.
uses. used in advertising purposes. The ; thence.uuthweiit |, the head of theIIr.lo.vo OFFICE .
Canal oo Mid lake; thence down
f F We engrave all silverware, when desired free of cost, Board was of the opinion that they had center?rSfi.ew of said*|.rooo canal! "id lu Lake lake l .lu| wnniSrn; PRINTING. BINDING, LITHOGRAPHING -

already subscribed as much as they ; thence south on "eAt horeof .old \
I I We have a fine line' of the Oneida Community Triple Plus could from the funds of the county by sand lake to Lo the Lake canal l; thence down the crater of
Cypreat; thence n"t on the mar. 45-49 W. St. '
Plate Flatware, engraves like Sterling and is guaranteed for subscribing for the papers. fi neO t Lako! Cypre: thance seat to townihlp Bay Jacksonville Fla. .
dividing u.wnshljw T. and at
forty years. Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr., asked that to tho! rang line bvlumn ranvra; thence 81 1 and gut S2;
the County Commissioners do some hence Muih to the towuiihlp line dividing 1
We Handle Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, town.hln.Px/ and 29; thence feat to the eastern
work on the road known as leneycw- boundary of the county and thence north
Electroliers, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Sou- saw, which road intersects1 the main I along 010. the county:! Hue to the point of begin-

venir Spoons, .Silk Umbrellas -:- -:- -:- -:- road at Shake Rag school bouse and Resolved further That the boundaries -

We are especially equipped to care for all mail orders. Our extends to the Sugar Belt railroad.Mr. of C mmissioner's District No.' 4, DOllED e. LEWS L : INSOIKCE fter B> J

stock is complete, new and up-to-date. Our prices are in line E, L. Lesley was appointed a committee as amended be as follows: :. .'
of one to look into the matter Dlttnct No. 4-n"Klnnlng it the northeast .
with legitimate! business houses. comer of townjjhlj\ 13 south, range M ea.u and
and have the necessary repairs-made as rannlng chaos noutb on the county !Him to the The Oldest and Largest Insurance Agency in Osceola County .\
---J-i ALL GOODS GUARANTEEDWe he saw fitMessrs. townibip Hue t dividing towunhlpi and: Si; FIRE LIFe: ACCIDENT HEALTH j
thecae ntwion hid tow n hlD llnv to the KlvMiraniee
Ludlam & MacDonough con- river; thuuce north on Heitern nound- PHONE are :HI ;((1
members of the Tampa Trade Extention Association, of
/are err the county to Lke I CTP"'''. thence
and refund the fare of visiting: shoppers, subject to the rules of the tractors, invited the Board to attend a nortb and gut on west ibore of Lake CyureM
organization. demonstration of the working of their to the townihlp Hue between towu hln| 2. and
:a: tbenoerait Mid ,
alonit line to the reuse
new dredge on Jan. 2, which invitationwas I line between ran tv* 81 and *'2; thence south George N. Saunders 'j
@r'\@ along laid line to the tnwnahtp line between I
accepted by the Board. t townablui 211 and :VJ! and thence sal to the
Mr. Acklss Bass Commissioner m point of beflnnlnc.
St. Cloud district, reported one or) two The following bills were examined, iLJ BOAT BUILDER "'I

The Rust-Beckwith Jewelry Co. cases of unfair tax assessment'it St. approved and warrants ordered drawn: Af Cloud and"on E L Lculey, commtmlon I 4 00
behalf of the citiz interested mm lacteal fire .R8aMUku-. i j

"THE HOUSE OF QUALITY"Local asked for some relief, b was A ELD: F. Item Oranlreet, commits., and mileage.5 &C 00 00 ne.wx-e KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '

, and Long Distance Phone 698 advised by the county attorney I t no O R seas, .. 18 00 ?Marra.n\taeeaesaa
*A\ > action could be taken, as the Boa bad W 8 Pears .. .. 2000 410 FRANKLIN STREET .!
set a date for equalizing tax matters, Vaoi Agnew & Crawford, legal nervlcea 20 (4ft
l. ": Tampa Florida and they should have been pret< at Arthur E Donegan clerk and auditor ? 00

( that time. J G E F Bu Parker,Janitor.couulj-JuvenUu. judge' 87 40 00 SOli SEEDS and POULTRY SUPPLIES. :

l-8t Commissioner E. L. D. Oversl e t C F Prevail care jail 50 We 'can supply you for immediate shipment

reported that he had visited the t Klulimnee Telephone Co. rental 2 CO :BEANA: JS S OATS: : :a-rE:: : ,
A W Crceby,Supt poor farm. 04 00
Farm and found that the
grove ha4iot II Snlltvan' malatenanoeS ft 002 Most complete line of Poultry Supplies, Garden ..
been taken care of as well as it shbold I Ibe
! If Bullock Costs State vi Turlington 50 and Field Seeds In Florida.
and suggested that the present IM- C F Prevatt. coats State VII TorUngUin WRIT FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOQUI:
perintendent pay more attention to(the and Edwardi. 430 TN .,,1It SIeII .201 Eo '" Itr.
grove in the future. Ceo F.Parker costa State ye Kdward .snutltt/snn. ]E A. MARTIN. & .COMPANY .JACUOIYIUI, $1L.
and 0 a yohneon............... ........ 3 41 45.1 tf )
Spring Fertilizing The question of reconsidering Goo F Parker,eoita lunacy cate.. ....,.. 2 00
' leasing of county convicts came up C 8 Prevail,eoaU lunacy case.... ..... .. 880 i.
fl( action was postponed until the n John Hoober,wltneu ..,........ 140 f.*..............._..._.._....__.._...........__._- .. ...
NHWMhbnrn.Prince '" ' ........... '' .
f Ideal Fertilizers . meeting. .140 ;
I Bollard, wllneal State T Ed wr4' 0 60 S Terms: Per Course $SO too Send for Descriptive literature 1"I 1-
, Mr. .S. H. Bullock appeared befo! J 8 Thompson .. 0 80 =

the: Board in behalf of Mr. Patrick L Clan F Pal-ktr,roan State r Will King 4 :38 i 'SPECIAL I'I '
; Do you want a full bloom and one that will\ set fruit? Henry, asking that the Board recd }- C F Prevatt, ., .. .. 8 1\ ,
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Us Ideal FertilIZer mend to the of the W II King wlt-.ei U 00 I FREE SCHOLARSHIP
i t: ? comptroller state cf:| J T Talbor6 .. .. C flO I ITo

I Do you want the fruit to stay on ? Florida that he authorize the redemption ]- len Cruen, S S' ? 0 00 r

Use Ideal Fertilizer. of all taxes against the following C L Beady commlimioDBe 2J W anyone organizing a club of four (exclusive of the i : S
described property for the sum "of $15 I, Miller 114 61 free ,
organizer) we give a scholarship, or = _
Right materials, Right proportions, and Right combina- The north half of the south half of H C Btand.'ord;: Co, material|parr farn, 2 TSIK ,
tions are the secret of the success which comes when you the southwest of the C F Prevail.. attendance i-ouuly court V %0 ; To any clup of five scholarships we will give each a ; ..
Use Ideal Fertilizer. aDd quarter northeast' circuit court fall term 181 CIOxceula I Ten Dollar cash discount. This offer' is not good :;:: .
350 north
quarter beginning yards Journal ui Hcriplluui etc :!' '
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after 1st 1912.
January .1;
) For greatest value of plant food' of the southeast corner ol the northwest 'J Dann lilickamltli work 2\ ,

Buy Ideal Fertilizer. II I quarter of the southeast quarter Valley Gazette, .ubaeripllunsOW ) OU M
section Anhton. road payroll **-' IH 0 Mount Yernon Business College 1-_
Send for our free booklet entitled 182529. running north 36 rods, XI..lnllocul.uwbcrl u, tlmhcr. J.' 'I!
west 20 i rods, south 36 rods and east .* H bl.klnwi 1qphJ ..x .o ;U '
The Promising Grove. ... I 29i rods to On 1I'.le"-C.r. Franklin Square Building "
beginning. account ol .. Co,cllpplu' let 12 iiO TAMPA Phone'9-8-6 FLORIDA :
the land back mule ,lord lafl: '2GW ,,
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.Jacksonville. a number having of gone years, the to amount the stateor involved 11.11. .pel g arrapr, I UIRJoh I i ......................................................................,..r Ml .
b'UI '
son, roo cork "
Fla. being excessive, the Ivoard made aD W IUII.o.n. 1 (10IJ

I Local Agt. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. the recommendation.List Caack\ 1. lumber r.. roo,1 l Oil) i' r {4
of selected J Ct.rI n'. -'t6famh. IJO
names was from the rep"lrli uegun
registered! voters of Osceola county, tbe t7 A Iteuc '0. htatlonery !I' 1 1KIotII1I" 15 I
"Light f lard. HKhU >. 6JWaterworks The RULL BASS MARKET A
drawn as jurors, after being placed .. water C II M .!'.I|I ;
In the jury box, to serve for the year K LD Over'lr""t.lrll' poor farm 6 .i". | "
1912. Homer llaaa, hauliiiK ti-rtillicr l Hi 1 w i\ Bearden BuildingOne: Block from Depot I ,
1 The clerk called the attention of the t' Irrevatt. boardiUK |irl oi.erii "% :b, .j
O>oeola : .. -5 I
Board to the condition of ,some of the W lid Co uPI'| lir> court him-- Fresh Florida of all kinds. tt'
i xygfianon C'o. fertt fur part| farm 41 tio ;, -
records and stated that the books coulde I Joha Vic ken. road wwrkLc 'r'. ,", I MEATS '
FOR SALE OR TRADE and Western e .'' ;
> bound at Tampa, and the clerk was B tknian. fad work w)
instructed to have this work done. The :, J E Prescott road: work In> tott'BldkloaonColunlwareC < I "j
clerk further informed the Board that J FWI ; ,
J >ornian Co',auto enamel platanfM.zlet I rir. no system of indexing and filing casein LeHner. mechanic w i Knoll oc" .
I Special Allenlion lo Phone Orders and Free '
chancery suits, or civil and criminal 1 YaullJa111ndgCorcmalchngLll' 1"I:i ('> : 'tl .
. $25,000.00 worth of the Capital Stock cases had ever been adopted by the LadlB.*lJacDonongh l.bor'lIl.tNI.1A I lod'. *u 'Delivery lo any part of the City. Phone 189 .{; .

county, and was authorized to have all I C L freight on tent! aud |pole.' I 1i' l
?- of the Citrus Southern Railway Com- Statekof Klaalinniec.; Lndlmn< A Mac- a"
clUes since the origin of the county indexed DUUGOlah, "" ,"oil. 11,1'' ,"' .__._ -- - -- -- 'fir

pany-Cheap. and filed in such manner that I: C w UrlfBn. tnpenU'r" rcglmration I'HIi ) 00 r '
'ta I they can be readily understood by the First NM Bk 81 Cloud borr',, 'd lame) 261 1*O Ul
J. J. public. lot on warr'tiUVJ' WfilaU OU Long Distance a
ot 11ao1001bee.lnl, on a ai nl 2li: M (W Phone 296
Bond of J. If. Bryan for appoint J L 01ooR,Woe 4" 3.1 Advertising N r

I Orlando, Fla. ment as.notary public, with Henry T.Bass B W'u-..... wltneaa atkrae 8UK-) 1\ III King 0Laid Co .

and W. S. Harwell Warrants cancelled
as sureties, were ordered ;
examined and approved. from the various funds ;in the following is saying the right thing '! !

Pension application of Edmond II. amountstRevenu

_jj '..r .{ \ : : ." - Fennell examined and approved.The *... . . . $ 5645, 36 at the right time 1. ti ; :

following pistol bonds were examined Road -,., ; . . lotsFlne'andfotfeiWre. 79 .
in the :-
< and approved: J. C. Tison with 667 25 right way. '

Floyd Tison And N, C. Bryan as sureties Messrs.tLttdIajJ & MacUonough reported '
; E. D. Harrell/,. with H. C. Har- thu.lh, of the coon We make specialty of planning. preparing
S. S. BUZZA & SON remodeling literature and conducting campaign for '. j
> rell and Ross Graves as sureties; I. ty jail had been completed. The work Land Companies, Boards of Trade, Munici w,, ,

Willis Kettles, with Bryant A: Hodges was Inspected by the Commissioners palities and individuals.CLENNREAGIN! ._- ;: ... _'
Ceiueiil: and '.Con rete and James Smith as sureties. pprovedr'and :'.,; '

Tax Collector filed statement of pol Upon rootiA aeconded the r

Work of U :;Kinds taxes-Tax'collected 1800. Board al' sessl-adJ0l11'11 I, .tto'. duly meet again In regul ADVERTISERS : .
Collector's license report showed t 4 .
-'' ', amount collected for the ,-tar -- E' DoNEGAN, V 'I
A county
:\ :
Clerk. FaO'RID ;'P\ tit's
Judge Parker filed fish license i report -' . ('- . I' ,e, ,.
.. ,Residence Phone 63."Office Mabbetto street $25 CoIlecUd;. license of JAW, Plfer.' . t.
'192 hear Dillingnam Are.X Honor .te Averap. PerM' '
Fbon Treasurer's report showed $159.82 It 18 the CT.rai aort of person who ' : : 'srin: 'the.:5' ir ;H> G *fj* *iitft:
News.1 : Valley j;
coUec> ted in the F. and; F;.fund. occupies the a.oat..etu1. places. IA iK.. ,

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; t ," I'aio 1 fiIIE1KISSIXMEE VALLEY ; ,. ,., January 12,1912

1 4 ..
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:"i r tit;. matter up and report""at ,the next M. RIVERS M. P. '. ----
PROCEEDINGS ,OF T FOR YOUR lime, lath patent
regular meeting, whereupon,the, chair ;
appointed the following committee: ; J.'M. >HYSI JAN-and SURGEON: I plaster, plaster hair, cement
brick, fire brick flirt laa-
'MAKE NO MISTAKE I Uanwll H, M. Breaker. Je 'C Mocks
CITY' COUNCIL Office over Osceola Pbardl y'PB6NE9f'F ter Paris: foundation in
THE Moore, C W. Dann and R., D. poru'r.The RealdeDce b3r 1 fact atlyt ing you want 'In artifleiaV -, t.

1 :.. Ship to the old reliable ) following resolution was'' 'Introduced Office 148, , atone. *
\ unanimously adopted r Let me figure with'you on atone
and :

.- --..":- .. S:. H. "&. E. H. FROSTearaauanao : The Klasimmee Council ,met l:<' January regular adjourned 3,1912. ,simmee Resolved electric, Th Tight i.all bills plant. due are the due'I -. i I . .. \'thing;'houses guaranteed.Prices right, and every ,

,,r" earaauanao tea* session, there being: present, W. B. payable when presented by the collector! Xl>;TDiCKERSON i
I'! .. :"COMMISSION.MERC..ANTS. f r C. W, Dann, H. A
Makinson president; failure of
but upon any person or PHYSICIAN .'.9 **vTBs Stole Msa '
f M. Breaker J. C. Moore, J* M. Han- amount due vi
persons to pay 'said plant BJ'osd4i ajiand Midland R. R.

ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT t.esiu sell, P. A. Vans Agnew, the City At- upon presentation of ,.account, the col- rtitsiDBNca PHONE 88 : KISSIMMCB.Ornca : Phone. 141 I

;lalbeal torney and J. R. Gilbert. lector shall renders statement arribun Prom.V7. FLOa1DA.PIG. ..'!
of CommlsslosMerthssts last meeting were \
The minuses of which delinquent
due after will be
required -
of the read and approved. Reports of .qfficersI to call\ at collector's office and ., THOMASON -- 4 }

i -.-- ,- PINEAPPLES VEGETABLES United Stste* were read and approved bills were approved 10th r'-
: I and ordered paid as follows: settle by the day of. each month M.\ TILLEiR.: '
amount due.- .Otherwise .
for fujl) the PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,
I 80 00 ,
: Southern Shipping No. so R II A L Snyder t Manlonl., sal sal! as aa Mandial Mayor ., '* 00 collector is hereby required to give theo Real ,Estate., Agency; I

It A 6uyder" cost and feeding prlnouora 20 W.I euperh7tlndentofthhelectriclightplant Office,, Phones 74 and S, Residence; J26 1 .:.
819 WASHINGTON STREET; NEW YORK I) A HMM.sal an police 'a 00 a list of delinquents and he is hereby ...'...................'......" "

+ Rcfercsces: CORNER JAY STREET' 1 J Z M Rolwreon(..ardniT. .sal.1.a i.. police trcanurcr . .. :-H 40 00 instructed to immediately atop service DR. B. D. WIENENGA 4 Realty bought and sold. ".

Actas l l
sal an Mer. Kindly write for stencil if needed. W B M.k'' I : .... 100J.IIJlRD..II. until notified by the collector of those Taxes paid and Titles verified .
... 2 full TREATED FOR
) in which
u.llWAgeaeles .. '. 2 00> having paid shall entitle ALL DISEASES] j for nonresidents.Fire I
J C M Wire. '
SOLICITING ., them to.further service. -
8 <00 Life and Accident In-
M Bleaker :
C W DanD. .. .. .. :8 00 Resolved further That the same nil leht PbaoeDin ORLANDO FEA. surance. .

- DOES LOCATION AND EXPERIENCE: COUNT ? VannA(foew 4 Craw' attyn,J mOl 00 00 ing shall apply to the dollection of water 4 Indemnity Bonds. .

t Valley <(<.;....tte, printing .. 47 87 rents, which-are due quarterly in t
<>w""ola Journal 20 follows DR. N. L. BRYAN .....'....''. '.......'--- 'V --
as :
advance January 1, April! ;
4.U4 pd of election
mu E A Mmieyer mgr
-------- ,- - Q. lUnklnn/ ,, 1 1 July 1. October 1. DENTIST

John \\.rk. ..... 1i/() Unanimously adopted this 3rd day of'' Squires Building' Home Bakery Man Ij

C C Turllutrton, bailiff of election I 1 80K J ,,dry A. D 1912.AiTest New York Avenue: ,
!; O Vans Agnew, clerk of election 200
Hotel KIN Drug Co file ca....<. 2 Takes this opportunity to thank I
Elite Adding Mob: Co, part on men 5000 R. GILII RTJ Presidents ''
.,) the good people -of this city for ,\
H I H Bullock cartlf'd qualified Totem 80 00 Clerk. DR.) J._ W. SIMPSON ,
their liberal patronage and would
Kim 1 el 4'0. phoui-rcnt 1 f"0Krili l\
'rnlty bull, rout ., U 60 RESOLUTION DENTIST. also take this means to say that ,')\
K Johnxoii ml tupt water plant 90 00 our limited facilities for making ';
RESTAURANT 'in Connection Charlie Willlama Mil fir'in'n water ,1'1. 45 00 When'as. at a special election held Upstairs In Katz Building. goods will prevent' (for awhile) our ?

Un-C'ola. Iltlvt CXi 1.11. mama and mall 14340J pursuant to Section lOGO of the GeneraStatutes l 9 .m. to 12 m.
Reasonable Prices <>ic.h| Kailm alt to exit.iiilInK sewer 2'7 00 of the State "of : 011'-CEHou: f 1:30t05:30p: : m general delivery to all parts of the 'A
J / Kilx.ri.on. urdtFHpil for St work 57 2ffrola I and Telephone No. 16 Jun 6, Ivr. city. Quality and variety will\ be .1

EVERYTHING NEW AND UPTODATEBeaman I. <> H,lw C*>, rud1-r .. J K, pursuant to a resolution of the City oKmmmmee maintained always. Our nice Iic
Alabama Vn\'lj to |I'art.' ... |'*\'K <'opt'tIX! 01lo I'' entitled: ID)R. W. W. CARSON .

Block lliiiiili, )' 11.10 1 l ". '(.""r pipe' 401 Mb<' "A resolution providing for the issu HOT ROLLSand BISCUITSAlso ,\
I lure Mi laiiulilln, ..1.! .vclIl'r <>0 (N' DENTISTOffice
Phone 109 H. E. BRYAN, ProprietorWHAT Berry 1 l'all"Il. (00.; *'uncc by the City of Kissimmee of"promIssory HOT BREAD ,:

Fri..1 i>'ri." I r'/NI"ft.i t'I t'n> lull)on diH'foc 1JTI:! notes in a certain amount over Cole's Jewelry Store
will be ready mornings and afternoons 1
0 J N.' kilo x81' fri. oi 'ewer |pipe 7 ." "for the purpose of contracting a loan Office"Hours: 8-15,1-6
------= J. 'I kola, aRt frt on >Itchlmard) 63 21It 1 i 'tor the use of said city for the pur Office phone 158 and a nice variety of PIES .h

.......................... ....................................... A .Inlmrnl. .K hurl KLP 11A .IH'H ",ruse( of paving, grading and curbing Residence" 23' and CAKE-Parties and Weddinga
)I- OHrtlmr, Hal.! cnpr, fr I L P 75.lsl. I specialty.
"<'<'i t.un: streets in the said city, and for
IT MEANS JHillbirt' sot| as terand IlKhLtol.t'r 61 r Utirtcintih. ) 10.1] i<..I. flrenmn 2K "the submission of the question of such E DERBYSHIRE, MD..
i Many people do not know what Bank Capital'IH for. or the difference, be- I lti.ric <4i lend, line \\ork ] issuance, to an election of the qualified A. SMITH.DARLINGTON
tween bank of little or no capital cud cue with a 'large capital .' .. ,
i A BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ,. % l I I milt,LAI1cr. < hill. .. ? 00.01 1 1'o' i il i|, "elettnrii of" adopted by the Special attention given to the AVKNUaTIBnnethp

I. the fnnd that protects the depoxltora from 10... therefore the larger It 11 the I J c Hue .t'I l>. ... ft. "II" I Council cf said city on November 23rd, treatment, of Women and .
greater protection the depooltora bate fhln bank ban a, .. Children.
1911. On the 19th
; A. D of Decemher.
h: l-inhir null fireman A. i iKNs day -
Capital of ... . . I..", ran 'cmBnrplna 1
fond ol .. ... .. 4"INN> istockholder.1 )> 'I IfHli,ftr fo.:drace| 4 ; .1| A. D. 1911, the qualified electors of Office over Citizens Bank. PHONE 184
( llabl'lty! . .. Mi.uoo uu I t.K). !Sf-IOIII". .Ira)a"tt *1I'
the said City of Kissimmee authorized
i ... .... . .. .. i T t1 Fill', work on furnace KLP II I 24-8mospd 1 Butler'
Atoll Of. $12b00000 paid city to issue its five ((5)) promissory --- - -- ( p. a
J J Dana sh p work v .t' w' ,
i Thfa meant that we muat lose. ,1126,000 before our depositors could lo.. a r. A. VANS Acmrw w. a. Awrou
Cent. Toll protection la lor YOU. C A ( '.I.' repair lot k I .mKos notes each for the sum of five thousandIrtt0.00) 1

Gra\eH ndit.* for KLP: 1 1JK'.llLwt , ( ( > ) dollars. with interest at theratl' AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW
STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE frt and <.ip. ... ... .. ... J 1.11. of six VANS
((6)) per cent per anuum,
i I F tHI.ljli- it !Son), MiMxltlckelH 1 . t.. ".' BARBER SHOPCold
-0K. .. .. payable semi-annually, at the office of
.. ,
... f. .. C W Daun Ki &i
IMp.eU. L01 ICA.
i Pnrter&Sen., -. 1 1'1 the treasurer of said city maturing respectively Offleea- 8-4.5-6 CUIiene Dank Building

O. A. CARSON JOHN M. LEE N, B. CARSON.... { J / Kobcr" ..on. ....0. (,, i.Oweola ,. in one, two three, four and Kissimmee Florida
Precedent Vice-President ( bier i .. Drinks &
.. Cigab
Hdw CiJ :] M ,
,..................................................................! W A C; (ro to . ... -1 I 41 five years after date, said notes to be -

--- _____-_ n ._ II C Stanford .. ..... ?
II tarinu. .. .. .. . . .k, '.,. Be it resolved, That the Mayor and Ki.Wmmu,F1a
H La "" ...... .... MOON
T on I 1"(T Clerk of said city do execute said! five

M Katz. .' .. ... JT "J Street the .{
((5)) Paving Notes in manner ATTORNEYSATLAWOffice
R M Uauicll K L poles fO ()HI)
f aforesaid, each of the said notes to be
Dotter. V'II"'r. inburaucf on ELI!; 7 'l'Ni'luoD '"
R. G. JOHNSTONFIRE IbaltyCo. ".. ... .,. 7 "2 substantially in the following form to- State Bank Building Kissimmee, Florida Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
. -
w ., M Tiller, . Ilk( WI L':-
Standard 011 Co: oil for L L.' .. ,... if. "I. STREET PAVING NOTE.
LleclrlcAppliance Co, meter i .:> G F. KRIBBS
HitJnKhoiiHe Elec <'o. ba) OD aw'bb'd 2..o5'1 i l lFlorida
Eli c.<':0. mdiie for ELP!; .., Ul' ;' - warrant. ... ...... 1 111<> (0 I 5000.00 Kil immee. Fla..1912. DYEING "d

R D Porter. chief lire dept. payroll... I 1- VI, . . . year after date, for value Examination of Titles Specialy. REPAIRINGThe

Treasurer's report shows balances in received the City of Kissimmee prom- Notification and payment of taxes of

f' : London. Liverpool & Globe Etna respective funds as follows: I i i9tsto_ ,pay to the order of. . 4. . . non-residents attention.given careful

Oawnat rUPIDTo .. .. ..... . ."... . . . . . . . . .. .. .. -... .n., ,.. Leave, word at my house and clothe
:' balance from last report,."...... .I 171,00To I' will,be called lor and returned.
I ..;1rky'y' I > Hartford, Norwich Union and amt reed from marshal. .. .... ..... 1 MOO the sum .of. Five Thousand Dollars in G. JOHNSTONATTORNEY .

J :,\ 1 t; ,;:,.. ." To amt received from Tax Col?; tax.. J43!) 84 Gold,' or its equivalent'at' the office of ROBERT. : Satisfaction Guarantee

other strong Companies.. To amt, received. from Tax Col., license. W OU Treasurer of laid City, with inter .., \ .
Total,, ,* . . .. ...... 4,2''S4Ily est; at the rate of Six ((6 per cent) per AT LAWKISS1MEEE -

t PHONE 246 PILLEY BUILDING paid warrantH .">; I. cent per annum payable aemi-annually flORIDA'REAL' ESTATE fOR SALE

To balance . I1.I 1 > until fully paid. FLORIDA
STREET FUND. ( This Promissory Note is l issued under Beautiful winter home sites situated

To balance from last report .. I'"I' 4.. said ..Section In the Lake Region: oj Florida.
the vested in City by .
To amount from Tax Co11N'lor.) ... _," .I:I power LOUIS C MA8HEY T. PICTON WAKLX
--- 1060 of the General Statutes of the lAte Counsel for Judge ..f the Trucking and Farming Lands in largeor
I Florida R. R. Comm. Criminal Court:
Total small tracts.
1'r 3y paid Harrauu .. ., $610.10 1 I. (K'!'I State of Florida, and under the provisions

'r'Ar You Going Build? lialancc .. I &" .1 "A Resolution providing for the issu-
t 8CHOOI' FUND "ance by the City of Kissimmee of AND COUNSELLOSAT your property with me for quick
To balance from last report ., I 14r 'ITo LAW salts.
amount from Tax Collector I I"; N "promissory notes in a certain amount Practice. In all the CourU of the State and of
"for the of contracting a loan the United Stat..... also before the r'lorida Rail
To Imlalirc, ... | iM u. purpose road Commiaeion. and the Interatate Commerce H. M. Breaker & Co.Box
V K< THIC LIGHT TUNH. "for the use of said City for the pur- Commiaalon. .
To of paving, grading and curbing 11-14 CHARLESTON BLI>O. ORLANDO. FLA.
ItaUnce from laat report 1 "414 "pose 178
Tu amount from E, L. Collector 7 rye f U "and curbing certain streets in the said 8 41 Tr .

VNad1CTg Total f2IlC GOBy "City, and for the submission of the --, ---

. of such issuance to an election I.,. :McO.A.LLJS'I'Ee: : : : ::
; paid warrantsTo -00 01 "question W. S. HARWELL
; !i/ balance .. of the qualified electors of the :K:1ea1znznee: : :: : ::
on handSANITARY 11:17 S9 I
f POND "said City:" adopted by the Council of REAL ESTATE Well IDrlller

TO balance from la&t report. I 42 60To said City on November 23rd A. D. 1911,

I Q amount .from. Marshal JO) 75 under which Resolution a Special Elec- Notary Public at Large Is prepared to drillARTESIAN t

1 I III IIialhir11! I'II II.- Amount from lax Collector, 10; M tion was held on the 19th day of December Office in Beaman Building WELLS

To balance 11:1 :27 A. D. 1911. at which Election the
t To balance from last report f jj;1 92 issuance of this Promissory Note was J in any section of l Florida.:
.' a To amount approved by a majority of the qualified ------- ---
-i I I -I III dU from K ri Johnson Mipt 111 00 -

.,; lotiil electors of said City. successful
114 91 and of Ten years \\ot Well
funds, credit property
1 The
The U. S. Government has bought Neponaet lIy paid warrants 104 41 for the Drilling is a Guarantee of my
said City are hereby pledged! redemption Ability to
produce the best
To balance on hand $13057 J
Paroid Roofing every year since 1898-often BLILblNd FUND of this note. results.

a million square feet at.a time-for use at To balance from last" report I 60 20 In Witness W hereof. The said City of -

home Alaaka, Panama and the Philippines EMf.TERT rim D. Kissimmee hath caused this promissory
To balance from lout report 1217 JJ and see u if are to build. TWO AND FOUR
the coldest as well a* the hottest climates. To from to be executed by its Mayor and its cor- you going INCH
amount lax
r Col.. -7'88 porate seal to be hereupon Impressedand We make plans and erect !any style of WELLS A SPECIALTY

5 Do you need stronger proof of the wearing qualities, economy, To balance on hand 1134III\ the same attested by its Clerk, the building. We make our own artificial -

and the satisfaction that NEPONAET I'aroid Roofing affords? J. Z. ROBER&ON, Treasurer.The written. stone and brick, and are close dealersIn
day above P. O, Box 344
0aF'; Do you want proof nearer h me'e will give it to you. electric light committee was on CITY OF KISSIMMEE lumber. We also manufacture all

1 We will tell you where you can see a NEPONSET Paroid Roof. motion, instructed to examine insurance By. . . . . . . . . . , kinds of Monumental work.KISSIMMEECONSTRUCTION. :K:1sa1znznee.: :: : :: Florida.
" See how it looks learn how long it has been on, and hear what policies on electric light plant and ad-i Mayor..

the owner has to say about it.NEPDNSET. just same with different agent, CO
I Attest:
Mr. W. B. Hams met with Council .. .... .. .. .... .... HJ Sproull Ave. and Midland Ry.
PAROID Roofing and asked that Council award the.Val Cleric. NEW BOAT

ley Gazette the city printing for the Resolved further That said notes be
'? U sold .. uKISSIMMEEuwllllene
on proof not pro..u- On
ensuing notion
year. action on 9)).
(Continued on page
NP.ret} PAROID Rnpfae- (br the NC'OMBCt. PROSLATE Root ag. for same was deferred until next regular JENKINS & WOODIIAM -
1-' roola and aid. ol bares al.hl""l pouliri rood aDd aidea ol r.ud.oc.* and .11 buildinn meeting. .
buildie,.. Slate la color. leaa than .
:, i + abiaflea. ReiU. bra. calling Ilka ehlnglea.lor artiauc weari roola like and alat udmg.Looki . Fire Chief R. 1). Porter rendered a IIiIIr KISSIMMEE PARK

'' ::. <"r. For.Dd.brooder.... that booar require..tbeda lowcoel led temporary roofioc. NC'SNSlCTWATEKmoor. B.IUl.av aeport relative to work of fire companies *

c,,, : .eeNErON5CTItEIVKOPKR: .Wla.. Far Faparfor nee aoder clapboards and ahinrle which was filed as information. Grower'I Daily except. Sunday 11 a, m.
f1 :/ '" I " taped tarred lull. It .. la walla ol reatdeocra. etc. Raeg out The Thtf lorida Surveying and 5 p. m. :80: a. m.
rt ;" .... baa ba.; the etaadard '-rcot rooam lot dampoeaa. cold and drausbta. Cuts bud electric' light committee was In and 8 p. m.
N'- ". r-'.Fe. yaara> bill
4v ,! !. ;:T'.L, ...l<-- I I.- --- ,,'.W.1 BOtD SON Caat WaWle, Uaea.S Mr. Porter and the auperinteod.DtOf conjunction with '4.folktl For.rue.who..was4o..a1t4 ...$.tgrowerSt.about.""or 10.." ,I Drafting i.OmCl Sunday.Leave Kissimmee 9:30: m. and daily 8:16: except p. m.

1) ,'f.: \ th. electric light plant of Wa. 51,00pere.ri.oath1r Sunday & a.' m. and 2 p. m.- -
; with a\Ti W !/11:8. 8.dil0 lor."iilaaaauial
',,' ,,, -SOLD OYS .: 3....,..'
', '" ,. installing an electric| fire alirat-eyitim., .U A.--te for Moonlight Kxemnioiw. _
f be ..*... M abort .......
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t : rates charged for electric light current QO FlorMa Ar- ai.,' ..a..., Fla. at Cats: Mooed Tel_ t.

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DICKENS' QWN.PEN.. ,PICTUREGreat G. Close to Nature-. .. t 0
': : "Ob. ". as.tune. .
Sql aphilosopher, ,
1 English Novelist Wrot.Humor When you come tarse-fowls .
Advertising oust) of the Detail of HIs go In and see the pi
a fence now and ., ,
and ClIlDb'
Dally .Life,' the cow. "
and lf look '
flelds :
then the
and go Into .
Talks ,J'OI'.tourteeQ.8&1'II btokena mad _at th.-eropsor th..catt1 uJ; know.of : '

Broadstalrs his .principal> summer no rtac where'there fmoreeoa dO

home In England. London alone helda pphy than In a b"Wti. Earl
superior place, la iris affection H* 'Wn much from ,.. .. i IWitbintheir'
felt his power at their amplest when circle they know much more. f 'Title
b*was at the little channel coast town. than w* do." isIs : ?
Dickens has glveo-h best, picture of - -"--
LOCAL MEDIUM IS THE'BEST himself at his summer routine laBroadstalrs ;Rainy Day Hint. ,
that,te&ra ,
:' "In a bay. aonepair To 'mend an umbrella- r
., N. .ftubetlUits for Home' Newspaper sits, from' 8 o'clockto 1, a loose from the rib at tb.'polnt. when t

;1 i for ,Good 'Advertising,- Declares, gentleman with rather lone' hair and you are on the street and needle and
Big Trade Journal. no neckcloth who writes and grins thread 'are. not available, clo" the the main question and should always be answered '
cloth In
a* if he thought be were .very funny umbrella:: and bringing the po.Itlon. -

, There U substitute, for newspaper Indeed. At 1 b* disappears presently Insert a small hairpin tn th. by a disinterested authority. The .

advertising when the object 1s emerges from a' bathing machine bole of the, rib. and wind'' securely
the expansion of retail business, ac- and may be seen, a kind' of salmon around clot*. Tbl. "flrat aid to the 'j

ordlng to the American Lumberman colored porpoise, splashing about. In Injured" U ss* efficient! you will be "

/trade publication Issued at Chicago. the' ocean.. I tempted to leave It permanently. Title Co.will

The 'editor of the Lumberman de- "After that he may be viewed In National Magatlne. Guaranty .
lar** that the local newspaper Is the another bay window on the ground '.

only medium that will render Ineffective floor. eating a strong lunch; and after Attractive to Men. I -
the seductive of : that. walking a dozen miles or so, or to "
lure the mat No beard rave I ,
woman has Men j
rdr copy with, which the average lying on* his back In the sand readinga over the beauties of millinery, but men I search and examine the title to the land whichybu _', _
-Q t&rm'-pap.r is crammed. book.: Nobody bothers him unless alluring in'' :: ,' .
must hare found something ; are about to '. "
purchase in Osceola :
County elsewhere : : :
'' or :
:: "When the dealer Is looking torY they know he Is disposed to be talkedto the shapes and colors especially those I ,

tmslness he wants a real medium that ; and I am told he Is very comfort- samples that are dlnplayed Irt One I in Florida, and if found to be good will Cuaram-. .
will, carry a real message" says the able, indeed. He's a. brown as a belt Hundred an' Twentyatth.street shops, '

Lumberman.." "That medium U his ry, and they do say is a small) for for one mil per on that thoroughfare tee you against ,loss by reason of mortgages, liens, (,'
local newspaper. By test there Is no.ub.Utute tune to the Innkeeper who sells beer' to decor- ,
hr consld ed It expedient '
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and cold But this Is unpaid taxes and adverse claims.It
for newspaper advertising punch. mere rumor ate her window with this sign: "Men .

when the object Is the expansion of : are requested not to lounge against is .
retail business. The local paper I. "Sometimes be goes up to London I these windows.7'....:.New York Times. I to protect our clients, and patrons ,_

the one medium that, properly used (eighty miles or so away), and then. against investments in '
imperfect titles. We
will .offset the Influence of the catalogue I'm told there Is a. sound In Lincoln's I accomplish .

t and that will render Ineffective Inn Fields at night as of men laughIng after Courtship marriage preserves? t this' by a thorough search of the records and >
the seductive lure of th. mall order together with a clinking *f knives Courtship ,

copy. and forks and wine glasses." the lover In In the the wlf hulband. and th.sweetheart , the issue of. our TITLE POLICY or Guaranteed Certificate .

"Newspaper advertising Is one of I '
the first real steps In successful men I of Title.TITLE.

chandising. But It must be of consistent FOR AN AFTERNOON AT PLAY An Ordinance 1
character planned and executed I
An Ordinance Providing for th. Pnymoiit 01 .
with such deliberation that. Its ob- Mrs. Oldway Made Up Both .. to Interewl on the street living Notes. lnni.b.r I i ,.,
ject will 'be clear. The advertiser who Mind and Costume to Enjoy 'HI RuiprrtlrelT, One. Two. Th",e. Four -. '
and Five and for IhRed."plloo of Hume; I
does not know the purpose of his own Little Drlverslon. find for the Apx>lntmeut ul Note Trui>t""u>
campaign can not expect others tounderstand "n It Dealers who will take Be H Ordained by the Council of Iho City i'fKiHfllmmee ;
It was on one of those rare occasions '
the time to study advertising method., when Mrs. Oldway tore herself Svrtlon 1. It: ilmll lie thu duty ..I.h.. Council [ GUARANTY CO
particularly those employed by their away from her domestic duties to to provide annually for the payment of the Interest : '
successful mall order competitors, will of the Ire |>romlmi<>r7 ni>te. nrlad I :
seek amusement In the neighboring "Htri'ct Paving Notes" numbered re4nec'Uv find there the best avoidable text town and dressed In her best she ( Two Three. Four and live and for the .
croalIon' of a linking fund, for the redemption
book. The very success of these stood on the roadside waiting for a of Hal<1 notoH. ,
methods evidences their worth. trolley car to take her to the moving 'S Immediately upon' the I" of
"The *. :i"lit2 Paving NoteM tho: CnancU, ,, *> .::1jea) |>- I Capital Stock $$100,000.00
newspaper manager Is an- Invaluable picture show. poinv, by resolution to h. rtMMirdtMl. in the niin- .
source of advice and help to "Are you going alone, Mrs. Old- uteeawnmmIUeeof throe s"'r_., who shall : :'!
IM* freeholders of the city and be Htj ltd "Truo.1
the atverffser.
business depend way?" some ono asked. ti'Vf tl Mrect Pa"IOINoh.):' who Miall each I I CARROLL D. JUDSON, President EDWARD A. NASH Secretary z
upon the pulling power of his paper's "I Kite I bond, running Co the mayor of thi'cityw \
presume I am. she replied with 1th Minloimil nuretlHfl in the HUB ol Five Hundred V. R. JUDSON Treasurer
advertising columns. He Is keenly Interested TOOMER A REYNOLDS, Ceo. Counwl
additional elegance and conde Dollara. conditioned that the .1.11 rustcvi ,
In helping hJs patrons. He shall fallhfullf discharge thttrunl' connd- I
scansion of which she
manner .
always .
invariably Is willing to criticise and ed to them and Rball ftay over and d'il aero'
put on with her best gown. "My nl for all puma of money tbit may come
advise the novice and generally knows Into their hands by reaaon of miiok. trunt. I
bis business. daughter Eleanor has the supper !Sec. a. Ail futidn oolltH-ledXoi .al' Inter I Home Office: Bisbee Building. Jacksonville Fla. .
dishes to wash, and It Is hardly Impossible -' eat and for. said linking fund ahattbe oald over I ,
"Finally, the efflcacy of retail advertising by the marohal. and tax oollwtor to the laid
that she can complete her .. Branch Office Kissimmee Fla.
depend. In a large measure TruHteea, and the .Id TruiteoH Hhall pay out ,
task In time to take the car with of the moueT no received the Inlcreitt ou had I -
on 'keeping everlastingly at It..' The Htrcet paving note. and shall Innatt the reni. f"",
me. But I at ,
never repine loneliness
Inconstant advertiser may get results.Th due 111 good securities, to bu heldaiau aectimulatlng ..- f p
and these moving picture'shows getone' fund for the redemption of said notes } e t
steady advertiser will. her 4. In ease of removal for C .M.. of re-
mind so excited that one can'thardly I lunation, or death of any of said tnintcen the LEWIS O'BRYAN ,- = Manager Kissimmee Branch
help thinking of anything elsd.Last Council Mh.1I1111 the vacancy \ ;
New Method Beet. All ordinance, or part there!in conflict
time I attended
'( one was herewith be and the acme ant' bereiy repealed.
,\, The unusual success of the state fair, quite a crowd, for It was bargain day W. B MAKISMN, ,
I remarks the Oskaloosa (la.) Herald, at Rockvllle. and the country people President of Co ocU.
Allot: J. K. GIL.."T.
for the put three or four years bas bad come to town to advantage themselves Clerk of the City of Kia mee. . I I
demonstrated the superiority of newspaper of the opportunity to purchase Approved this Cth deof Januaryli I). l'J12.: -
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advertising over the old methods cheaply I bad to stand through the E-ot Mayurof the cat;of t.raD Kl i mmee. I "

of expensive lithographs and useless entire performance But I never minded a ea

hand bills. For years the manag I find these little diversions a
:;? "m.nt sent out of the state for the bulk greatly relieve the monopol -" -

of Its printing and the newspapers Here the trolley car arrived and

naturally kicked on the proposition whisked Mrs. Oldway off to her 9ll "" "
But the management went on for tie drlverslon/'

years doing the sam. thing, and count.
... ,1ot. '
ting on the'newspapers to boost! the .
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fair as a matter of state pride. The Circus v. Funeral. :

li;: limit was' finally reached and the agrt- Aunt Mary Darker a prominent resIdent ,'(I .' 1.1. ,//H<. ." ,
\ ;'r ' t cultural department awoke, to the fact of Virginia town, like many Y E the .' ., '" ,"p ,"'" ', :"' ," ', .' ;, "" ;o"" ",'" ;:":'"" "' : Jt< ,."" .... :
4 that they were carrying. Out a misguided of her race "Jes" dotes on funerals." r' 1""
policy. Finally about five years On one occasion a circus had come ',1,

ago the management wheeled about to the next town, and Aunt Mary .. '-, ,
and decided to spend about half of who had never seen an elephant had

their appropriation for advertising been telling,for some weeks how she
with the leading papers of the state longed to go to the show Her son I' OLD WEATHER
and omit some of the expensive calendars agreed to drive her over on the event ./t
and lithographs. The success of ful day.
the change was amazing and since "
"Well now, exclaimed Aunt Mary,
that time more money each year hasbeen with unexpected '
hesitation don'tknow
spent with the newspapers, bringing much 'bout dat. I wants to see I\ '

a corresponding Increase In business dat .how awful bad but : is !
yo' Bee, Deacon HERE: !
at the fairs. Bolts' funeral comes off today \

and I don't know Jest which I'd enjoyde \ '
Points on Good Advertising. most. There'll be a lot o' folks 1 I.
Advertising is a great help, and no dere and besides I mougbt live till de I ; ,

man who] hopes for success In business cirrus comes again but dls Is de only \ ; !

can afford to dispense with It. funeral Deacon Botts will ever have. I TAre
but there must be exertion on bis part I guess I'll have a better time at de I 1 .<10
as well. This naturally come. to the funeral.
"-Illustrated Sunday Maga.
tradesman wbo believes In liberal use zine. wondering where :
of printer's Ink. There must also .te? you : ,

1;' neatness of surroundings, taste in the :

proper display of goods, accommodating Hooked Up. I .
clerks ahd cheerfulness of intercourse Can the kind
The young politician was as oblig-- get of HEATERyou
even though no bargain and ing '&8 possible, but there was a limitto ,
sale Is effected. Ordinarily all these his possibilities. When the reporter ,
essentials will be round in the store asked him what his wife would '

'that liberally advertises for after wear at the mayor's reception he assumed want if so see us ; we have '
pending money In this way proper a confidential air. I .

recompense 'will not be forthcoming "I'll tell you just as much as I

U. slouchlness and Indifference and know myself," he said. "Last night

uncongenlalty prevail. Keep all surroundings she told me she would wear white; a big assortment from $1.50
and conditions In conformity this morning at breakfast she said up. ;! .
to systematic and persevering'advertieing I she'd decided on her rosecoloredgown .

and the outcome eventually and when I said good-by to her

as' will spell success. II she had spread a grey one beside the .

<>OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ black rose-oolored lace beside on one the chair white and on her another Also the best line of Fire-Dogs and "

and was taking something else :
The reason your rival can afford out of the wardrobe. '
If her hair
to advertise Is because he hadn't caught on a hook as she turn- Wire Screens for the Fireplace. -

advertises. ed round I might have been able to .y ; .3
tell you more."
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Was the Doer Her Course Outlined.A ( :1 '' i

"So you w..nt.. position In my young newspaper woman disturbed I

firm I" said the fat man with the thick in her dreams of future happiness. f

.,gold chain. "Well.., what were you In decided to consult a palmist, and
your last Job?" .pan*, an afternoon 'recently to visit --_ .?
"A doer sir," answered th"4, one In West Philadelphia. She heard

yd applicant whal tUe"fortune-teller liad to eay_but
"What's that?". asked the employer>j : wad Tiot satisfied with the results' W. B. jttAKINSON COMPANY /*

Well.' sir," said the sad 'eyed one;' "Well ,..n.", she asked' Impatiently.Mff'what .- s

"1 was the doer, and the -rest word -* i sort of man will my husband ? ** '
,the tUr ,Wb er mr guv-nor wanted' te amf 'W'lieu'-"U.t' Meet him"_ E fc*** M-4'
he would tell the cashier-) "O.6o .p ? '
a thing don br ii If'-whtsted) the palmist:
' .. the cashier would ten It'tohle assistant -? "Tiles' iY.'dfi'bpsbgnd"hi .Ib\I' you;

his assistant would tell,it,to the" will ''rl6lba4A'I utd,le '.*11' Oi da'yl''of. :

: chief clerk and the chief clerk wpuld ;o1 f'1lf.' :" "'"Tier glad to know' lt,"'r.. .. J .1-. Ml / pollsi.4t; ,e. 'vt e. +m .,,. H' y,

,te1llt torn." torted tb* young woman. "Now 111
'. "And what would happen. tbn rwelt I bow 'em' wbo I am-I 'dematfd that

- =- fir," replied tb* sad '87ed'appUcant -' women "sbA"'be''free and shall no For :Quid ettirns '
Advertising the" '
I '"as'I,hadn't. anyon to mend longer be th. slaves of a system which : the Valley Gazette is "All to Cavell' '

I ..tloa It to. rd--*> it"v't 4sprive them pt their-rtgbta.".

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The Kissimmee Valley building in ,New York Tuesday. The ? .

< I : ,Brevities building.was,Gotham: flit Skyscraper, -

.. I and housed, beside! .theoffice, of the V

W. HARRIS:, 4 .. .. 'Editor/and/ fathered Il ere-an j jm ng' '.Inca rance-..wmpan' )',. .Jlenral. financial

Institutions. t> >
J.'DKUYKENDALL. _Associate *
.. towns of Sunny Florida
_" Active plans,for the reduction' of.tbe"cdttorridfeigriiavebeenHjonmienced
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PUBLISHED EVERY. FRIDAY' has.voted. !byJT large major' The () -
.' in. Georgia. !growers! figure that "
..... : an electric light plant the '
the the acreage higher '
KISSIMMEE.- OSCEOLA COTNTY, FLORIDA i bonds I smaller ". the a
owned; $30,000 .. '
I price. i I" 7" .
SUBSCRIPTION: RATES:. Tennessee is declared to":be favorableto 'BAIJNGPOWDJI. ,

'Onecopy.'oneyear .. 4. ., .- is considering"! the organiza Hoke Smith forthe presidential
.. Y. M. C. A. This is com They Want to
i_.::Oncp1.1xmonth. : shout
.. Boys are wOrth too much President.".'
"Iloke der
One three months Ptirel
--' ''-- copy to go to thl bad through _d ___ Absolutely

All communications, except: from our authorized correspondents' their elders. State t BanK of l Wssimmee.

6 signed by the writer. a statement by a marshal of the '
{ The stockholders State Banh of

will not be returned unless called I for. Ala., that Deputy Sheriff Kissimmee held, a meeting On iF
? '" Rejected matter ... .. .. .. .... ..... Escambia county, Fla., had afternoon. $48,WO of the stock Thursday being To have pure and wholesome

Entered at the Postoffice in Kissimmee, Fla., as l second-class mail divide the fees if the mar
$1,400 '
represented stock not be that
the t food baking
e:1.a' drive vagrants across being present. sure your '

t . :Friday:: ; :ran.uary 1c 2. : : ::: Lowery could arrest dismissed.them, Reports were submitted slowing pro.oreaa I powder is made -from cream

__ sheriff has been made by the bank to be. .moat_ .

ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. broke> form up of a unique frenzied and fi-I. gratifying.- -- Deposits c. were reported n as v of tartar and not from alum.

total ,
.222,iil.16 with resources of $339-

. In another column- we publish, the. announcement .. 71*.18. ; ..'.. ..
fTliey Say. of Plant City has ve The former boord of directors (
of the resignation of Mr. was reelected 1
The Label will
Arthur E. Donegan from the office of giving the saloons as follows: C. A. Carson John ? guide you -

clerk of the circuit court. Some time of remaining open until M. Lee, \\\ B. Carson N. C. Bryan p ,

ago Mr. Donegan announced that he instead of 11, as now. The M. Katz, H. Fleming, E' L. Lesley. A
Some remark made by Editors '
would be a. candidate for the state sen- seventeen hours is long stronger or more representative board Royal is the only baking

atorshlp and that he would make an of tie State regarding Kiiiim- all the loafers of the of directors cannot be found. from
1 powder Royal '
satire canvas*before the primary. The mee and Kissimmee's great rest they need. The directors elected officers. follows madp

1 question of whether officeholders should paper, The Valley Gazette. has been made that : C. A. Carson president; John Grape Cream of TartarINoUmooaphatoa

resign when they begin a campaign for on the Over-the-Sea rail M. Lee, .vice.president; N. B. Carson

election to another office la agitating a The JCl immee Gazette suggests Key West Jan. 22. The cashier. ,

; great mapy people in Florida. ArthurE. all legal executions in the state of .on tam only one car, Pres. Thif is the oldest bank in Osceola No '

Donegan has settled the questionfor ida shall be done at a state car county, and has the unlimited confidence .

himself in his characteristic way. and be conducted with the utmcmt of the community.GREAT ) .

It takes a rather high conception of vacv consistent with the law. It between Plymouth and

honor to relinquish a lucrative positionin very excellent idea. Public five freight cars and a ROW OVER BEAN SOUPPut

order to in the uncertainties I' were destroyed.
engage are demoralizing.Tampa Timell.I .
of a campaign for another office when of a petition for a on Menu of Banquet.. to Visiting - ,-:.

no law requires that sacrifice, and many I I I center"Kissimmee of the vegetable will soon section rank first of against the pas President, It Was Denounced.. PROFESSOR READ THE SIGNS I Monarch's Odd Msnu.

may wonder at Mr. Donela 's act. To t Congregational church is Plebeian. Peter the Great loved and most frequently
ida, says the Valley Gazette, I \ But Companion Had Doubts About..
those who know him It. juno surprise. i' .. refused the ordered for his own special
then goes on to tell of the judge peti Denver has been stirred to Us Character of Boy, Despite .Ex enjoyment a with four
soup cabbages
Arthur E. Donegan is that sort of .
a ,
the temporary
advances being made in the depths. by the disturbance orer the pert Opinion. In it. gruel pig, with sour cream for
chap. The next legislature will have industry in that section. "There is ) ) !left but fists, now. menu for the president at a banquet. sauce; cold roast meat, with pickled

no more honest, more faithful, more better truck land Seven hundred citizens have put The professor who reads character cucumbers for salad lemons
on earth says of S. I. Wades against the up ; and lampreys -
-- capable member than Arthur E. Done- I Gazette in conclusion, "and the I for growing out their dollars and taken their dress from physiognomy pointed to the boy gait meat, ham and limburger
can. '- hereabouts are learning this. They money suits out of storage. As' Incense rises opposite. H. belonged to the crimla cheese. He began dinner with cabbage
claims has been de
: war from mothballs and tar paper the type, said the professor. Look at hiseyes water and closed the
WHATS THE USE ? I I also learning that land which can court. I I banqueting
supreme clangor of controrei-sy fills the air. his ears, his cheek bones his with goblets of burgundy.
-- duce two or three crops a year is An the banquet Is to be held mouth- criminal every one of them.
I 87: ypars- old, of St. ; at !night,
What's the use of all this scrapping j ble land, and they are beginning to the arbiter eleganttarum Is not called The boy sat very still. All about
I suicide last Sat-1 Strange Sight."When
and bickering betweenCalifornia and I, advantage of its possibilities." II || I upon to decide whether .lull dress him were other boys swinging ball
the father of Dr. S. we were on Lake Michiganlast
Florida over the respective merits of J i has been a very large increase in suits shall be worn In the daytime. bata, and cuffing each other's ears, but Mrs. Maxlgranvmar.

their oranges.and their climates. There amount of truck shipped from that prominent physician] of | Discussion rages around the soup. Thereat that the professor said was only the .summer"we saw says a beautiful sight oae
and it that the City. I Ii of tie menu l Is settled. So far Datural overflow of animal spirits; the
are really only two small portions of cinity seems likely i afternoon. We were away out in the
the -Union where citrus fruits can be drease will continue, as the to the state auditor's re as we can learp. It Includes celery, quiet boy was too thoroughly steepedin middle of the lake and we steamed

grown. These two sections, Florida discover the productiveness of the a balance 'in the state I' cigarette, olive oil, cigscake, criminality to have any ..nlmalSplrlt.L 'p'ast a schooner with a woman on It
"mile-high" Just as tbe professor's
and the mildness of the cocktails oysters. Ice full of brick and lumber."-Judge.For .
and Californlavhave a natural climate. Dec. 31, of 85844036.
monopoly |
cream lettuce salad, mashed potatoes waa beginning to wonder if it
of production of a popular fruit. If Union. for the year were $3,141 vegetables, cheese. radishes nuts I was safe to ride in the same car with
proper methods of marketing were --- - -- broiled squab beefsteak crackers the youthful degenerate the boy -- - -- '

used such as are advocated by the --1------ and champagne So tar so good. But I reached down Into his pocket and ; Sale or Rent

Florida Citrus Exchange if only ripe, and Robert M. LaFol- I when the husky, hearty mountaineers brought forth a whit. flower. It wasa ,

salable products were sent to the markets I Funnygraphs I railway station at Wash.. proposed to serve bean soup certain common field flower, a cluster of .

I J there would always be ready sale conversed, off in a corner I mollycoddles who "had crept Into the tiny white blossoms topping a slender "
I stalk. The boy seemed very fond of
at top prices for all the citrus fruits They said they did I committee objected on the ground
it. He twirled the stalk he stroked Splendid
i that It was distinctly plebeian. That Dairy
which California and Florida can pro- but we have our sus the leaves and petals, and touch
The difference in overeating and ov Is considered a terrible accusation In very
p4 duce. If only salable products were drinking is that in the first Denver, where recherche la an Insult was soft and tender. But the professor
sent to the markets the' sale of Florida ttnd de menthe had no eyes for those gentle fingers,
rreme crime. "Bean
you only make a hogof yourself to the number of 311 | a
and California fruits would marvelous- i'r soup Is good enougra for any man." he was intent on the unmistakable Farm. A DairyThe
in the latter you make a hog and during the past year,
1 signs of inherited .
ly Increase 'But the people of the spoke up the natives, "and no one depravity."A

\ II North who 'are absolutely dependent j ji ass.Pensacola Journal. !< capital stock of 110-) who turns up his nose at It Is fit to be bad one, he \Js, all right," said crying need of the .
had Qountry.Peghorn
twenty-five new
I on these two states for oranges and The same woman who expects a the president of the plain people." the professor with a solemn shake of
1 capital. At first, we gather from the confused the head. -
grapefruit, are tired of being stung -to take off his hat when greeting,
with, unfit fruit. Isn't it about time is being waged by Sena- accomts, the tenderfoots Insisted upon' But the other person looked at tbe ,
'f on the streets will sit in front of ,
flower again. A bad beT
\ nBOmme royale aux petit poll, one was I Muck Land
for both Florida and California to the the nomination of Judge Junction
( , quit at moving picture show without but it last agreed to Maybe; but the other person had l
compromise on .
: :.,i trying to' 'hOK it all," andbegin using moving. her! hat.:-Pensacola"Journal.. for the United States cream. of tomato. doubts. .. __ :-----r-i: ; :.:;.r-:.

( of!' "ordinary' business sense In' arketing Hook as" a circuit Di they contend that the tomato is This body of land at Pesrhorn Junction
Dr. Wiley 'sa s' "w isker are -- uTJusVthe"I3eal -
their fruit T j Oklahoma's .two-cent mom aristocratic than the' bean It placelforan: IcIII

unhealthful. The remedy ought to law. Is in Insult 'o Boston a blow at Beerlj. *- NOT ALTOGETHER A SUCCESSMr. -

THANK YOU. simple: if you find that they I Look at Massachusetts-there Dairy Farm

agree with you, eat something I.'lse.Bart.ow chieftains in attend she stands, with a president on the Cohen Got His Meal and Escaped
The of Record. \ meeting of the national / out hand and a pot 'of beans on the the Rain but Departed : Being mostly of rich muck soil it
salutatory J. D. Kuykendall \ united would produce feed and pastrage.abun-
in a other. If this be plebeian make the Unsatisfied.A ,
the new'associate editor of the Kissim- What bosh is list of the dantly. The canal
any rally at the Jackson I moat of It!-Baltimore Sun running through it
mee Gazette, has a modest and earnest greatest women that does not. Monday night. A lot of long way from borne and the rain affords an excellent watering place for

I ring which catches the Times to the a cook.-Gainesville :3un. buried. pouring down with no umbrella Isaac stock and also for manufacturing ice.

I extent of a voluntary guarantee that Though the football season is Plumber.. Rat. Cohen was In a.terrible way. But This farm situated on the marl road
he will make good for both himself and committee decided on An old story used to go around of suddenly It struck him that he might and railroad leading from Kissimmee

the paper.-Tampa: Times. some Roosevelt persons persist in kicking the Democratic national i plumber who kept a lot of rats In get shelter and a cheap meal, too, to St. Cloud is fenced and ditched.:
sentiment all over the lot. meet in Baltimore bis shop In a trap and when he had from an old friend, one Kressler, a I
Peghorn depot, near it, being a natural -
Pensacola News.
4 #4 It was 8 degrees below zero in Louis- i call always took one along. The German, who lived in the neighbor I
center enables one to
; Yule Marse rat was frightened or forced to taketo hood.
Ky., Sunday. Henry Wat
terson must. have been out of U>wn. statistician During her entire lifetime, says issued on Tuesday for I the drain, and he burrowed throughto So, after a little searching, he found ship milk by rail twice a day,to Kissim

the average woman United States troops to his liberty In the sewer. Of course! his friend's house, and gave the doorbell mee,_St. Cloud and other towns.

90,000 icecream acxlas. but she It was not necessary to take the pipes a manful pull. -
1 to keep the rail Enquire of|
Girls with freckles on their noses seldom go home and 'fall over the Morris open aU to pieces, but the big bill came Presently he was face to face with
to the ISAAC HALL''
call them beauty spots.-Pensa- Gainesville Sun.Newsof. sea. of In, anyhow. Kressler himself who evidently war I LaiuTHouse _
I cola Journal. already have troops Kissimmee, Fla.-
They seldom are beauty -- ---- W".nYvOIY..-;.er.: .- /. none- too. pleased- .. to-- see- him. Being! .._
spots. country. conducted into the dining room, where --- ---- - --
'1 WalT b. Scott, aged fourteen yi-m '
I I dollars and six lives was was torn to pieces by wolves In =New eight little Kresslers were seated A
Edison's concrete chairs will all be Week which destroyed the burg. N. T.. In March, 1800. around the table, he was bade to takea ANNOUNCEMENTS

t rock-eft.Pensacola Journal. Just for seat and have a little dinner.

I that we give the Journal a stone-y ---- Isaac rubbed his bands and quietly For Clerk Circuit Court.At .
smiled. He was in luck!
Leading of
the the
stare. past seven' urgent ollcltillon of tnj friends
I After an enjoyable meal, and the .throughout the ,, announce my-
California Jays'summarized for buiy rain had stopped he rose from his vlr a candidate for 3'1..rk of t Circuit: Court
claims to have developed Hn and for Oftceola cOunty at the coming pri-
c a seedless lemon. Wonder If that Valley Gazette readers I seat, and turning friend Kresiler mrv. I wliih" ) to thank the people for their,
was said: kind .up".rt In the put, find nollclt their' sup ,
the kind the weather man handed the "TheThief"Orlando port I"rI'd If elected, I pleda my
I "Ah my dear friend Kressler I vlsb faithful personal' attention to tb.-
t stats I Superior, Wis., smashed up a lot to tank you for your"Don't --" duti.. of the office. Kwnectfully.J. '
L. ovgxsTRzET.ForTaxAssessor. : .
records for chilliness '
last Saturday mention It, mine frlendt," Interrupted ,
A in
plaintiff suit in
a Georgia
accuses -
wh n the mercury dropped to 38 Kressler slyty! "shust give
/ the Southern Railway being Fla., Jan. 11, 1912. the kids a quarter each'I" .
"stubbornly litigous. Don't know, zero.A B. Harris
what that is, but it sounds like some half dozen people died in office D! hereby of Tax anoonooe AMeeflor mjaelf Oeceola candidate county for.nbJect the-

; railroads w. have seen. Saturday of the extreme cold. Kissimrnee, Fla. Ears of Animals. coming to the primary will l of, the. dDrf'= (H'or.r.h: :

Lawrence Abbott of The Outlook Harris: The bearing apparatus of animals give rax pornonal attention toerery detail con- .
Since woman's costume in 1912 will stated positively Saturday that Roosevelt is like that of human beings, but cooled with the ottce. C. JlUCKKLfl.

4 f consist of three towels aji exchange is not running for the presidency. Thief" was given at the Opera House last modified to suit the conditions of the -

k want to know how many will be necessary However, to date, the Colonel by one of Companies seen in Orlando in animal's 2fe. Deer, hares, and horses, ,
i for chorus like all animals whose life Deee lS. For Sup'enntendent of Public
a grri.-Pensacola ;
IS* i.z. Journal. A sample probably. bit is following"He lay the low example and ain't of Brer Rab-I seasons. The story ia clean' and most delight tatea keea hearing, have ears shaped Instruction.
say and set in the beet
J. to catch
way faint
ent show all
You recommend to
Pi in'. I ,
can or tar- tr sounds. The serpent has hereby announce mraolf a candidate' forth
Better water for Ocala one of th. no omo of Bnparlnteadent" of Public Initrnctloa
'Q 4 Columbia, S. C., was confident they will not be disappointed.: ear-drama. Tbe ear of the fish la a of Oaoeola oonnty, subject to the will of the
the things the Ocala Star would like to swept by a disastrous membraneous labyrinth connected Smlile.! vote..t the coming primary,and ,_
_flr ...And : fire on Friday &2d. will devote entire time to
; .. JWaterJa the.last thing to be con involving a loss Yours, bladder my ths
with the duties .
\ J32S,000. by a series 0( Bttte of the office.. __ .&. 1>. UUICKT __
. .1 .. 'aidered, so 'tis said in Kentucky CEO. C. KELLER:: :: Ed.ReporterStar bones. _

; j ,JackawiTilie Metropolis.' ,ADd In JackJ. R..,. Clarence V. T. Rich. on on Saturday .. Though the aaaa* of aesuina" tar pei -

J. /? .onTille. ._ made a written confession of the ' feet only In tae hlgtoer animals, erfea For Member of the' Legislature.
murder of his former sweetheart .' the animals that have BO ears pereefre '. 1 hereby announce mylf. s candidate tot
%. ; Beferring to headlines Mtts ,A, the office. of XeproaemtatlTe frost this eonnty ia
Aria Linnet!, Cambridge; Maa.Jast NOTL-Tbe aboy. Jr tter'ISe1f EXplfltOYf. SOd reten 1IOVD a. Insteed- ear* they are, the Florida Leatelatare.rabjee to the wW otjtbppanoen .
; ..,?' 'Taft-Visit' ; to Jacksonville Still rammer. 'TIM murder 'comt>aoy whleb > 'a ie Opera Reuse next applied with 8M Berree wboaerrca* >tle voters. the oomlnc nriiaaryt \.
was and "
. 'K Que.t1ai4J.1P':.the Klaamnee Valley atrocious and done particularly evening, Jati wm..W"I .Idom, that the people of 'tionrU to note and to raepoM'toej ,' tbe.up1li k the rapport of.ail the. white BTAMtOBn.rolers 0 .
was in
."" ,/I.--/. *>CaUe; &idi VFot that natter It is a.. the.minister night order a' that !tDuD.. have Ute7privilee witnessing: ., performance I ary touek; nerree. 'whose reeatvlac ;
I k, 'UttI..; ..ticisbl. for .to visit ; marry wealthy comes with inea authoritative aDd unequivocal endorse1 I eekters are cUtreNlat'froa tbfpsattsmof :

'/ ( 11 _JackaonVnie.r,. Not If they anyone keep, sober young ,lady whom be had become ,.,.and... they should show* their, ''appreciation- by turning out _the purely: tactile tapreeafos.i AA: ':,4 r r". For Tax Assessor.Myself .. ,

- .. : > ; \.I brother-i-':"SacksonTiUe Metropolis. j j4. gaged. was sentenced to deai; on i i' iJaoI1IcUa&$ 15eOta1i, < aaapparataa I .1 a.b1" asnoEee a eaadidate-p
I .. 4 Tuesday and Will be electrocuted early f '1 walcb.. enables thenito'4laioaea te. CIIIII. 01 Tea A.aeor of 0Iee01. .
,Sure. ; .tMat. hew" "can they?-. In'the spring. ,'f ,, of am 7dh ,I and prusekiag solicit eaeoraUe.Ike..ppon of the vet..,'fta, .the*. _ .
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1 Ttie,Kl5Slmnie&=> > Valleu!c J 'Gazette I > Get our rubber'stamps, make us ship G.: Roy"Hill! lDIr th:Gak fits -

I anent of fruits >or ,vegetables., Our h from Minneapolis, lima,on other IDe'"-.
TBLKPHONB. NO. U; .4 : sales will please 'M., Peninsular Pro- adds the appreciated
duce Co?; Jacksonville. Fla.. on our fair',rtylEves thus : ;" ;
l' PUBLISHED EVERY.FRJPAY'I Funk far away I"very often hear of the : '1'. ,
-By...... ," Dr. H. H. and J. T.v Dillon?of thriving city of-Kisslmmee,'. and I assure .. ,'" '

: 'W. B. ..........,.. I, >Beverley.:link' at 0.Uilliards, ,are visiting Mr.' W. H. you it is my wish that It will continue : :' ,
; They are : I
,;'. ....-. ,, : both highly delighted with our climate to grow and prosper.. N1. : b, -:. __..- e4) rt-'Al w

1 I; Weather ReportFollowing ,If"it's A thing inside of decorating beauty Is or a Joy painting forever., set" mental>>: to., one plants see of me"the of any 1 largest represent kind are nurseries requested GriffingBros. in .. : : ; : ;:,,, "I,

Green .Ha. guaranteesWill call and the state and supply wants "' I
ean' .KE'

.',I. .' are the dally tem.; 'J.; xiv 60. estimate. free., Box 139,.or 4-tf phone' city for anvtblnf in days my, linWill and inquiries be at in the In- \ : \ t: :,: i

peraturei and precipitation ai Col. A.. gram' stables will reach me. W. H. :
P.: Vans Agnew has. -been ', u. .,' : :'
reported by'' the Government spending several day. at Fellsmere Brokaw.; 3-lt, . ,;
itatlon$ at Klsslmmee for ,the where he went to attend the annualmeeting Kiasimme has undergone a perfect '','''..'''' r : J..1If:1' ;
week' ending .J an.' 11.1912. < '.of the Fellsmere Company, in !I deluge _of tent shows the past two .. .1 :r '
which he is largely interested.If weeks toth negro: and white. It is VILLA '. ,''ytt

r AL rue LAIN you have property you desire to safe to say, that in spite of the inclement ,. ." ;'':\ It. n
FrIday. .. . ... .66 49 .. sell, see C. Buckets, over Kate's store weather which has kept the attendance .'. ;;'i V1L,
down, these traveling aggregations :1. J'u- r
Saturday... . 67 64 . H. h'had fifty-one ;years experiencein have taken away many hundreds .{r, .. '
and knows'what
Florida the
Sunday . . . '74 47 . . want.. 60-tf people() of !good Klssimme dollars in return ' You are ;! ; V. ifa\\

. Monday.. . . 74 69 .: for entertainment of a very dubious assured's. ',, 'A'VtI'. 't
Tue8da)'...:. .. 71' 61 1.S6 Kissimmee is ahead' as usual. The value. ( '.'
Tampa Times price offered for the best ,
Wednesday a 70 69 . Construction work has commenced on "
answer to its zero weather problem, "
Thursday 71 62 ..83f has been awarded to Mrs. T. .M. Murphy the handsome two-story business building ,Protection .from cold toy the numerous lakes. 'WiT., ; .
of Ktssimmee. which is to be erected on Darling ..... , .
ton avenue for Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr. '
Convenience to transportation. ___ JJ J-*. ._ : f
C. has This structure will occupy an advan .... ,.. ".: ,
Buckets over KaU's' store, *"*" """" J *""- '" '- S.- -.
had fifty-one years experience in Florida tageous location just'off Broadway, on -- v"r
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aMNNNaN'N r and knows wbat kind of property Darlington avenue, which, though As pretty scenery as any In th ..St8te. , :.
people want. If you have any to sell, abort Is becoming an Important business t.
\)1 see him; it will pay you 50tfW street The Willson building is a Boating and fishing lakes at altitude of
THE LOCAL FIELD.Pennell : I half block from the new Valley Gazette on an A'

I Mr. George Nash. of the Jacksonville building, now under construction. 250 feet above level. v "
office of the Title Guaranty Company, ;
.i is in the city for a few day., doing Mr. :J. J. Schneider returned last ; ""o "i 4

some work in connection with the local Friday from an to his productive soil as can be found in any couMtry, ,; "" & MA
office of the company.Mr. family at Abilene, Kan. Mr. Schneider -
to learn has been In declining
we regret '
and Mrs. A. A. Abbott and health for some months, and select community that is safeguarded from ii : J'
agent for Darling Oil. 8-3t adopted son and daughter, of Wayland was accompanied here by his brother- .' '"

Mr. Hiram Moody of Riverview was Mich. have arrived in the city to spendthe inlaw.Mr.. F. W. Karl, a wealthy\ business desirable neighbors. < ,,.
in the city this week. winter with Mr. B. Dickerson, whois man of Detroit, Kan., who came -. .' '.,J<, .. .
also their adopted son. to see him safely through his journey.Mr. An inspection will convince you.'J' ': t "
Dr. B. M. Keeney of,New York, is Schneider's many\ friends hope to ,1, '. ; % t
here for the winter. Mr. Nash wife of Mr. George Nash see him speedily restored to his wonted '
of the Title Guaranty Co., arrived on good health. "
oil and the 8 o'clock train Thursday night, to <
Gasoline, grease always on ;;
hand at Kissimmee Auto Co. join her husband tor a few days' outingIn Mr. L. H. Ingram has sold his livery ,.-- ..- -t:
I salubrious! , sun-kissed Kissimmee_ business to Mr. B. A. McAdoo who re- ..;:.. ,- $;i\; :: '
Supt. W. A. Joiner, of the "electric t I cently moved here from Wichita, Kan., .. ;
I light plant, was in Tampa this week on'busine. Mr. J: M. Taylor, of Jacksonville, and the new owner is now in charge. i-- :?
.". _. has rented the Triplett place on upper Mr. McAdoo is an experienced livery- **;r-rK..i;
Main street and will move his family man, having been in the business before Write for the book. .
Blue Ribbon ice cream, beet in town: here next week. Mr. Taylor expect. coming to Kissimmee. and will be ,-, ;. ''t. / IvfeilIV.
31-tf Kissimmee Drug Co: to engage in the wholesale lumber bus- assisted by his two sons, who have also "J

1 Mr. W. J. Davie of Glen Falls. N. iness. had experience in the livery {, > ,v-"<
Mr. Ingram still retains an interest '
I. Y., was in the city on business' this Mr. Thomas Brabom, accompaniedby the sales department nf the business I r'Rwf i
and sister, has arrived i
) week. his wife, mother -
and will be found around the stable as
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from Wayland Mich., to spend 1
Casings, inner lubes/ auto clocks, the winter in Kissimmee. They are y. 4J '

speedometers, at Kissimmee Auto 2-lt Co. street stopping with Mrs. Taylor.1 Mabbette usual.We call are attention requested to the by Mayor new bicycle Stanfordto or- Lake Gem Land Compamy : :: I ,

Mr. Loren Dickerson and Miss Myrtle Mr. W. T. Pearman and wife are dinance passed at the last meeting of ,_ .J -- .. .- >J.-........ ", ,," .
Stoker, of Fitzgerald, Ga.. are the the City Council, and to say that it will
winter with their nephew
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. Dickerson. spending Mr. W. E.the Seller at Kissimmee Park be prohibits rigidly riding enforced.on any The of the ordinance cementor J. E. MATTOCKS, Pres. & Manager \\I:', \ P

and Mrs. Peal- live at Jacksonville ,
Mr. man
Repairing done satisfactorily and tiled sidewalks of the city, and pro- "
promptly. Prest-o-lite tanks at Kissim 111.. and are delighted with this vides that all bicycles must be equipped KISSIMMEE FLA. :f' .

ml'e Auto Co. 2-lt section.Mr. with a gong bell or whistle, and use a ., -

A. A. TofU. of Grasston, Minn., headlight at night. The mayor requests! ;: ,.: ; :i 1i:f
Mr. U. A. Lightsey. of Bartow, was that parents look after these mattersfor ' tr
annual arrived in the city this week to spendthe ,. *
attend the
here Tuesday to their children who may ride bicycles '
remainder of the season. He left '
meeting of the Lightsey-Parsons CattleCo. zero weather at home and encounteredsnow and save them from getting into ::....(., ::

sleet and ice all the way down, trouble. '''Io't
Meet me at Kissimmee Drug Co: and till he reached Florida.Mr. I

and we will get a drink of the best Notice.To t
Mattoc\1 took to .
31tf J. E. a party =
. soda water made. Lake Gem Villa this week and sold several
) the Members of the Osceola County
of the villa sites at that beautiful
Mrs. C. H. Robinson and two children subdivision. All of- the buyers were Democratic' Executive Committee: r

Perry and Elizabeth, of Anniston Nortonfor enthusiastic over the location and every You are requested to be present at a '
W. H.
Ala., are visiting Mrs.
feature of the proposition.In .
two months. meeting qf the Democratic Executive

writing the editor of the Gazette, Committee, to'be held in Kissimmee at "

New ties portion are in ot position the main along line a of considerable the- Mr. W. H. White, pf Decatur. Mich., 10 o'clock a. m.. at the court house, on

has the kindness to say: "You are at the 20th inst., for the -
A. C. L. west of the city, and will be Saturday, purpose
the head", of the best, live weekly paperft
put in place at once. has been my good fortune to read for of recommending to the governora 1\

Ship your fruits 'and vegetables: to the last three or four years." suitable person to fill the position of

Peninsular Produce Co., Jacksonville, clerk of the circuit court, caused by the .
reception was tendered -
A most enjoyable
Fla. Satisfactory. sales and prompt' returns. on Thursday by Mrs. S. B. Ault- resignation of Arthur E. Donegan; and 4,

60-tf man ,to about seventy-five invited' to transact such other business as may; IP {'

One of our dancers from Kissimmeewas guests in honor of her aunt, Mrs. N. come before the committee.
heard to remark that there was no A. Rose. Miss Elizabeth Aultman assisted T. M. MURPHY, Chairman.
f place like St. Cloud for having a big in receiving.? : ' 'KIr$8IIMJjJBB"[ : < '.\

time.-St..Cloud Tribune., Mr.'A. W. Cole, of Ft. Meade was BUILT IT QUICK .
The enrollment of the Osceola High In the city on business Tuesday. Mr.
school at the beginning of the spring; Cole was formerly in the naval stores I l Uk

"Watch term, which Kissimmee opened Grow.this week" was 654. business Kissimmee at Rosalie.for two He years has ,not and beenin was l Col. W. J. McCool Breaks Record in PABJK

astonished at the growth and develop Building House.A .
The Kissimmee Auto Co. keeps all ment of the city. 'I'i

kinds of automobile supplies. You will! record in house building has proba- .
We in receipt ot an exceedingly
hotel. 2-lt
find us next to the Graystone interesting letter from Captain Fraser bly been established by Col. W. J. Mc- 1'1

The cottage just built at the corner ) Hunter, of Calcutta India which we Cool of this city, who started on De- '"/
of Emmett and Vernon has been taken will publish in next week's issue of the cember 5, the construction of a handsome -

by Mr. L. A. Sundmacher and family. Valley Gazette. The letter is a well of residence on Emmett street, near
written and entertaining description
Lost, last Sunday afternoon betweenthe the "Sunderbads" of India. Vernon. The house was. completed andready ;,
postoffice and city docK a gold for occupancy on January 6. 1 It rat 4i
neckchain. 'Reward if left at this Mrs. A. S. Hearn arrived in the city required some lively hustling and a large ,;
office. 3-zt Saturday to join her husband, who arrived
force of men waa at work the whole ,
some weeks ago and is in news- ..
Mr. B. J. Pollard representing the paper work. Mr. and Mrs. Hearn are time, but the task which Col McCool
Standard Scale and Fixture i Co., of greatly pleased with Florida and wiil set was completed in the finest style.
Tampa, was in the city Monday.We .
affairs make
their to
probably arrange the completein
The house is one qf most "
have pleased others; we wilt) this state their perm.nenhome.. Kissimmee, It is built on the bun- 7 r fS>

please you. Ship us Produce oranges Co.and,grape-Jack. The ladies of'the Presbyterian church galow order on plans drawn ty the Lud- The Land that has ,..
fruit. Peninsular food sale
will hold their semi-monthly
50-( tf lam & McDonough Co., and has a most
nvillfe..Fla at Miss Mattie Bandy's store on Satur-
r.. Jan. 13, from 3 to 6 m. Those pleasing rustic touch in its exterior fin- :
of South Dakota, day. p. '
Wm. ,
Mr. Temple which accords well with its location. fulfilled all promises
has arrived to take possession of property who are doing( light housekeeping areespecially ish, '
% purchased by him in this vicinity.} invited to come dinner.and get The interior is not only capacious, but ;M ::
something nice for Sunday' is finished in the most approved mate- .
Any work done at the Cash Store
Shop: next door to postofflce, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, of Pittsburg, rial and architectural style. contains J .*
if Tully guarantl'eo.l. P. G. White. 2-tf are spending a few days in the city. about everything in the way of modern '
Mr. Ferguson has sorre business in this conveniences that inventive genius has . f
Mr. F. H. Carter has purchased theresidence part of the state, and is making his created to aid the busy housewife and
of Mr. A. Meeker, on Mab- headquarters here. They are greatly I
bette street. The sale was made pleased with Kissimmee and are glad to make; the life of the whole household .
through the H. M. Breaker Co. to escape the cold weather in Pitts- comfortable.Col. .

Wanted: Two copies ''of the Valley burg. McCool had intended the house '..1S. .

-" Gazette of Jan. 6, 1912. Will pay 25 Mr. Joe Sears a nephew of Superintendent as a surprise to his wife who was planning 1
cents eaeh for. the first two copies W. J. Sears was burned to to come to Kissimmee early this
brought to the Gazette office. 3-11 death at his home in Ellaville last Sat- year. The news leaked out however -

Mr. W. M. Cline and his sister, and urday took fire night from, a when hearth his fire.night Mr.clothed Sean that something of the kind was planned, ( ))1 ,

Miss Margaret Breasock all of Chatta- had been married but a short time, and add the edge was taken from the surprise -
1 I .
nooga, Tenn., are spending the winter his bride was with him' but was unableto though Mrs. McCool had not expected
here and are greatly pleased with this his life.
eailg anything as fine and complete as ,'-
section. yrr..r
Mr. J. S. Floyd arrived in the city she found on her arrival. The whole
Mr. E. K. Sanford, of Rhode Island Sunday night, and will be permanently family is now domiciled in the new < "
and his family are staying in this city associated with the Kissimmee office of home and Col. McCool l. who by his liking .
pending the erection of a residence onproperty' the Title Guaranty Company, of which *
owned by him afKissimmeeMr. Mr. Lewis O'Bryan is manager. The for Kissimmee had acquired the title -1' J,' ?

company; I iii now prepared to get out of "resident tourist," is now a full

abstracts, conducting the examination fledged Kissimmeeite. We congratulate nd.- *
Mr. :J. D. Clark has purchased the quick KissimmeeValIeyL Company - r
-pro rty'ot-Mr.-A:G.-Hamilton, located of titles in a day or two.It has the Col. McCool on his re onlbreaklnlracble..meDt yet :
heretofore been to have
In South Kisslmmee. Mr..Hamilton necessary and we especially congratulate <.i'
final at
.into their form Sl
abstract put -
: - 'e
residence at
bald another Y
to > :
expect the Jacksonville! office, Kissimmee on being able to claim .5 x

DC*. this family as' our,own folks. 8..B. HOUCK, Resident Maurer ..' .
Mr. Fred Bancroft and Mia*, Irma \ '':-Mr.jWi Av Smith was elected eabieril"tb. ,-, ."
State Bank at the di- '
.. iteMa '
Lab.. both of Orlando were married I :
-G..FParbr, Saturday night reCforaV meeting: Tuesday, taking the Card of, Thanks. -' -I'I' i <

.Tb by.marriage WM an automobile. elope- place other of-Mr.ofcprswere:{'W. a ;Nortonresigned.The elected as fol. '' .w. eaunot find words' to express y oar " : KISSIMMBE, '. - FLORIDA ., S r t

; lows* W.den Y'.. Arthur E. Donegan; sincere thanks and appreciation- tb: ;

Gcttwalles.waa In the city i rvtcVpreflroent! H.'. M. Pfann; sea' kindness shown us in the sad death of ,
,tMi.wwe.k..n route to Sooth Carolina fond Vtte-pYiteMent. C. W Dada; direettns our baby, Mary Lee. May God's rich- -.'

..,wbepst.hs' will make her horn* in the ;; >FrWtfBm,'L. H. ohooa;'A.. W. 1 be with all .. '- :.. eI. _
est blessing .
tGtUra Mrs. Gottwalles formerly lived Wlnn, C. D. Carrollassistant; cashier,
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WOMAN / : ...
., Country .is Becoming More .Attrac
= to'the Gentler Sex.A .... '
:t E You'll likeLiberty tive

: number .of city men, out of the, :
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many'w t W- .rf+ -this -m8gl .

about, buying farms, ear that they present stockCLTTC .

would straightway go td the country .

1 -, ft"- I but for the unwillingness! of their wive.. '
Park One roan writes that but for this reason .lasts

.j seek vast country numbers life of,salaried Does this men argue""would a . : . we selling y.(,

I reprehensible bondage of women! to '- ,. .

town life, its conveniences, its companionships ,

I II ,". '. ::- Where Life is Worth, ;. Living I life Not?in necessarily the past, diversions has reprehensible.been very and burdensome frivolities Farm PARIAN' PAINT.

to women. As a rule it is very
and i its
I I burdensome yet. Us loneliness ;

Away from crowded apartments without room enough for I lack of conveniences and diversions and

comfort; not air enough for breathing; not swn enough to give in many communities, the lack of lirstI '-

.' good daylight, and absolutely no play room-for the children. I rate bchools have made its hardshipsvery (every gallon guaranteed

Come to Florida where you will have sunshine and pure i iI reulo! real that no woman who )

I air, amid the singing birds, flowers and cultivated gardens, : I Has\ u comfortable town home ma} be .. < >&

,- where youf children will lose the pallor of the city. and romping blamed for preferring it to a farm.:! *

., In the will in health and strength and farm life mm not be made
: green grass grow up i j I But may '

'happiness. ,I more wholesome attractive for women and, and comfortable children than and at the low price of'v ,

IN LIBERTY PARKyou i town life;? The rich of course can do I .

what theywill.. .-% .-:duplicate their. I ,

may realize all you have longed fora home with all the city establishment, in the country, and $1.50 '

charms of the country, yet near enough, that in a short time the rush) poor will ,have' much dl comI I per gallonExcepting

i you will enjoy all the comforts and conveniences of the city. I. I fort wherever the> are. Hut need, the .

.' t Only) one-quarter mile from the city limits of Kissirnmee. on women and, children! : of a fairh' well-to-

I"" an improved hard road, along the survey of the new electric do fainih fare wore in I the country I (

railroad. The best of citrus fruit and truck hand in five- and than in the town? YIas farm life the Window Green

ten-acre tracts at $60.00 per acre, that will be worth double has been 1 : but not a.- it may eu--il\, bemailo. .

'1 this value within a few months. The country around Kissim- Aid thi--, i- thi- point' ; the pos- '|

mee is fast improving and those who get fn on the ground mlulity !row of bunging! : : about> this'

floor will reap splendid rewards. There is no uncertainty i hang"- There are > '..jnlrregions

e about the increase if you invest in LIBERTY PARK. \el-wliere. the
perliaji- not main ,
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M-hi'i.l-' ate, u_ good as 'in" the cities,

,w-hrt-r tlu! roads !are Purl,, enough, to W. B. MAKINSON

i We Some other bargain which we art offering' : .,--- ....- .' wake mil- 'M'ighlior-, acvi-s-il.l.\ wheretelephone ..
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v, ,. No. 501-An attrncl'ue home In IMne- Florida write or ('ull"n u- quick as On- and! Iron\ / \ lin" |portentIuluno

dale. This properly Is just outside of properly will not !he on the market Ionic 1 ' ;". and i.pfciall( > where. b> gas

t city limits, ooh is two-wtory and contains eight rooms! are offering for a short time for $12,5i ,uidnc ... \\ lh'.1f.n.
\ !h. nit" \ >
ter out put'
all plastered and hard oil finish- two Will sell as a whole< or divided, into two
a porches, line well and large barn. parts if desired.'' the-i- l ciiii\-ri.' e.">. ru \Miiniin""
This house is located on a live-acre int.'lli-i\ teal\ anti/ .m ml lesources
I.' tract with beautiful ,'Iewof the city =No. :!!:!1 'lhi.j.mi eoflhe I hntdo-: ,
,nullnil'rr, : I I.-, gi/rnn; from, t tintown to
t. and lake. Land Is adapted to citrus t't holmclost- to HH. lake, t.'hl'' .' (
fruits and trucking. This 1 property> can new cnntaiiiiMj' :: _!IJ. 1 loom( ,pln," -;\ (.<1 1J tin-. ('''.'u.t, > it -lie. 1 K" I" a tank pros-'

be had for 'n'OO) on \ery favorable thr
'__ ,. terms Will introduce customer to liglitt and Imili.' nice nlu'mil>bri') J tn wonu-n. who r.-an-1 i n.i'-t. .nt t thetrong: Special
owner and let them deal direct. yard. Jim lti,,- plHve 'dr" Mi.\ "',ivue.siring .j I price on Doors
oleo II. our hi-tor w. i t" ci urtrv womenwho ,
; a quirt| (roslioim- liertlh" ( >
No. 304-Improved farm, located on can (get: ( the 1"-M, III cot I iI he 1 I"I'| "Jrolli did not l.axith.,-- advantages and

best road in Osceola county, H miles the.Jllk.. ulinuM. I tool( iln> in the )jear" 1 coiueiiieiuiCui.nmg'ttiitir-- I II Sash and

i, '\r' from depot. 10 acres fenced and in I I1 ino \ lew of lake/ florahont,:. rui.cla" : '. a gaud I road, and a Screen Doors
high state of cultivation; best trucking This )property" i i is offered bthe I ountr. I
I land in this section. Has good well for a short time: we will introduce, customers good( jtrhoul, huwcM-r', come a? near as

I cittage, stable, wagon shed and to taller and let them deal another three things m making$ the
I a t poultry house. All ready for purchaser direct. I lditVeriMK.e, between civi.i/.ation and the

J:; to begin work without any delay or I 1 World's Work. I
state. the
No. 4.'J6: pi pioneer.
expense of clearing I land and walling -Seven-room hous.:1: rooms
J, to Improve before being able to produce plastered, 4 ceiled, 2 porches poultr v!_
C any crops. This land is adapted house, wood shee, fine well 171 feet
J growing/ all kinds of citrus fruits; deep, two lots 6'Jj feet front each, 135 NEED MORE FARMERS

I, grove can be started to good advantage feet deep, fine garden plot, east front. I --- -- ,
I while land is being farmed. Price This is a splendid bargain at $12:>0. f : --

I I + $1650. Terms on part if desired. Terms if you desire on half property if desired.of this See us descrip early :; Great Advan'ages in Florida for the News of the ChurchesWe IS HARD HIT

1 No. 435 House of six rooms, with tion. Right Sort of People. -

ti .l water and sewer connections, located I California freeze i is More
'In./two blocks of postoffice. House IsJ No. 437-"We are offering some very Florida wants a rural population,
; 'plastered, wood work hard oil finish; desirable resident lots, located three such as has made the West and Middle are glad to welcome such men as Rev. David D.:Kidd will hold servicesin Than at first Thought.

c, lot 64x1471 with 19 full bearing orange blocks from Court House, on nice high' West the great country that it is today. Dr. A. J. Holt to the beauties and toil the Episcopal church on Sunday
trees In- the .yard. You can stand on elevation, for$3X( () Alley in rear of all 1 of Florida. We regret that he was next. Morning; Prayer, sermon and I, Los Angeles; Jan. 6.-As time goes
For settlers that will
J the porches and pluck the fruit. Call these lots: Cash, or short time. Let give stability\ constrained to give up the publicationof Holy Communion at 10:30: o'clock. I by the freeze Christmas night proves
1 on us and allow us the privilege of us show you these lots. sturdy growth and permanent development to be more serious than
k (t ; bowing you this. desirable home. i there are great advantages here, The Oklahomian. Our brethren of First Baptist church, A. J. Holt, D. i, The low districts first expected.
.. 'No. 303-Small farm inside of citv Oklahoma need a good, live Baptist pa- D. pas'tor. and low lands everywhere -
without the discomforts experienced by Sunday school 9:45 :
j S * "'No: ; 809. Splendid new 6-room house, limits. Tnis property consists of a 1 vi. per devoted to the Interest of their a. RU; suffered severely The new
acre tract within It of mile of the pioneer of the West. preaching 11 a. m. by the pastor; theLord'
lust inside limits, fine deep well, quarter a growth en trees and
I stock
work.: young which
i ai ,; contains two acres of ground good I Osceola Hh Small house, fine Nowhere else today can lands so fertile own but conditions are prohibitive Supper administered. Services was burned
'j >Is
'. "' ." f'ttying T-y barn, wagon and sheds, all I I four-inch towing well, land all in cultii be had_ as BO low a price, where 'unless somebody puts money Intoit. 7 p. m. c. Preaching by the pastor, subject tyadljj\ dying and the con.

L \{ ordinary k rood new -fence. Fine location i I vation. City.. Is building very fast in climate and productiveness and closeness We hope Brother Holt will find ,. "The Healed Demoniac." Everyone tract between the good and frosted fol-
their fruit? 'truck garden poultry ranch. this direction; lots will soon command a time to write! often tor' the Witness.His iage is now more noticeable and indicates -
fine proposition where you will good price if owner should desire at any tu, markets are considered. Their facile should not rUIlt.Florlda invited. Strangers especially wel that there is no denying the fact
_- jTH the freedom of the country time to sub-divide and sell it for residence quality assures not only l comfort and pen : comed. that California has had
[ to all the ad- purposes. Price $1,300. I Baptist Witness. the worst freeze
enough enjoy (competency to the settler, but guarantee -
There will be in
a special service of the twenty years.
of the city, such as splendid :
The H8 i school--S best markets, churches, No. 2!>1- Three choice, resulrnt] Ion |': substantial increase in value. The By invitation of the pastor Rev. Christian Woman'a Board of Missions There are high lands along the foot

tb ,,4-- Price $1500.. fronting/ marled street in southern ''Ia-t crnsu announces the density of Harry Meyers, a Methodist minister at the Christian church Sunday morn- hills in most all sections which show
." 0 portion of city, elegant viewof Jlkl'whel'e population in Florida as only 13.7 from Ohio, occupied the
per- At
,. ing. night, Rev A M. Chishobn little and some which
\ No. 434-Fine tract of 40 acres, just you can get the benefit l of ,Ihe show no indication -
cool breezes that sonper square mile. There's an abun- pulpit of the Christian church last Sun- begins a series of of frost
4 ,. short distance beyond city limits on 101I1Jmo.1 contui-! Sunday evening discourses and there are groves in
: ualy. Good healthy local dance of elbow room for a millon or day night. He preached an earnest
Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid iu\ ler'ile to which the public is cordially the lower sections where orchard :Cheaters
'd ,l';'., !high school, churches and market. Pricefy soil and good stieet'-nil that makes two more ptople. sermon from the text, "The night com- were used that
$30.00 per acre. Terms on part if de- life worth living i is found in thist. 'c. '' Farnl life In Florida is pleasant. eth, when no man can work." are practically free
.' lion of ,the \Vil,1 invited.laymen's from frost
.. \. .1 red. city. !sell these lots
.,; 'net.are,
."" kingly cr if you desire will sell the Iood roads. good schools, A very neat signboard: giving the Union Meeting.Our A. Gregory, of the Mutual Orange
; t' COLONIZATION LAND three which will I make churches, 1,1"phonl's,
_I one large lot of the pastor and the time of the Distributors, Redlands; his
name says
r'/ '. No. 400)( -This Is a tract of 8TOO; 147Jxl4! <> feet. I'r\\I'{' $;.IHJNo. fa'.lltt.. and, above all, an all.the- next meeting will be held in the of 100 heaters grove
Y i ,' various services, has been placed on I acres, where were used,
timber land. Well located for Presbyterian church I
acres Sunday afternoon
ruund outdoor life where
: 'l 3 fishing
4.(2--New( ffunifalow' does not show
kit ,1' sub-division .and colonization pur- consistua.of >: the front of the Presbyterian church. at 3 o'clock led a sign anywhere of dam-
by Bro. G. F.
four large and hutting> and pl'nlcl-.inK be ,
( two lied can enjoyed.There
on I
idea that might :
i w poses. It borders ou three lakes. This in a most excellent
lot !147x147 r..t.'eil 1 Ind! subject; "The Hand Writing age.No
feet deep. li a" \ are no mornings whe/i the on the
l r';: l Railroad within three miles of tract. fruit pump well be taken up by the other churchesof one will venture an estimate of
\trees and Wall Daniel v25. ;
young shade Arrangements
Wll> cut 2500 to 3000 feet of lumber to \oung I is frozen and one has to milk the cows the
trees set in front of lot This the city. Strangers desiring to locate I damage at present. Guesses run
property have been
the This will bring made for
\ acre. splendid returns with the thermometer some special music.
'ti rl to owner if sold In small tracts. is near to the lake and is u ]>Jace 10 live : land, hinh below zero; no chopping wood all fall cordially invited. Each
i useful. shipping section will
';. Our price $0.60 per acre. flnd these boards very have good
t .. i and just the) place for a nice crjiethome for the winter fuel supply; blizzards, A report of the committee on the and frosted fruit.
", ) where you secure the bree/.e. trot" dietrit't stewards' meeting of men's religious; forward Generally Shippers
No. 381-A 20-acre tr'actlocawd on no droughts, no hail and no heat that The movement. will
the almost, conlinuoush! l'i-t I 41301.: siy they will not ship frosted fruit un-
' marl road, two miles\ from depot onSt. kills stock. Bartow district of the Methodist church be given. Let sash and every member
< road bus terms on part if desired. less it is so labeled and sold as such.
I 1'roperly goody held Lakeland on Jan. 23. use his best endeavors to
l And let it !become in mind that while will be at bring at least Valencia '
y house and three-acre orange irro\e in No. 41-1'er desirable! and lemons were hit hardas
t .\ friend with
taeani 1 1.1 one him and to
t ',' bearing. This grove will yield from. containing. three. acres, just t outside: there are millions of uncultivated acres The quarterly conference of the try get our well. No definite report can be madeat
7L > 1000 to 1200( boxes of oranges each city 1111111! West htimureK it .is not a new country in the sense Methodist church will be held at the young men interested in the splendid this time but the Packer has
. J i i Sufficient land cleared I and 1 In goon meetings. A. S. Nelson : II em-
year < Chairman.
place to start It be time
poultry farm" (or truckgardeij. must experimented with and local church on Jan. 16. At that ployed disinterested
cultivation to increase grove to tweheor experts to reportas
( )lose
P I ;{ fifteen acres, and at same time can A bargain" at J17.Y to churches Let and school tri"il, outVe know what our soils will Dr. J. R. Cason, the newly appointed near as can be determined the exact
show '
" ,.' be yielding anv garden truck desired. this lot. us you produce( and the wide range of its prod- presiding elder of the Bartow district. I Resolutions of Sympathy amount of damage in each important
( .1 I .f If in search of property that will bring | Ul't_. What is needed is more truck section. There
1 will be present. have been
Ili N results this fall, and at all times while No 4(12( -Fine 2 -acre located Whereas, Rev T. E. Rolfe was a some warm
orange and I
;. extending new grove, investigate this. inside city limits, close to grove school growers particularly more farmers. It is a matter of much rejoicing to charter member of the Laymen's ChrlsI days since the froet but generally the

t(,,.: : ; ' Tbf| property is convenient to town and churches This property consists the Lakeland friends of Rev. J. I tian Union; and weather is still cold in the citrus, belt. '
'.., :'"*fret, mailed road on one side one end. of forty acres of land, twenty of many I With favorable weather the
-, Price 4000. which is in bearing orange and acres DOCTORS AFRAIDTO R. Cason.that he has been appointed !| Whereas, His faithful attendants be damage'can

fruit trees, ten acres additional cleared grape. I presiding elder of the Bartow district. was a constant blessing to the meetings more accurately estimated .next

i. ORANGE GROVE and in cultivation; good\ five-room cot- '' GIVE CALOMEL He is eminently fitted for this important not only by his presence but also week.The New York Packer.

t/t No. 883-Twenty-five-acre orangegrove taKe; two deep well This is an excellent place, and the only matter of regret by his able and inspiring talks; and I

,i all under good fence. Railroad location, where you will have connection with the appointment He has been called home
'"runs through grove; station adjoining the freedom of country life with'city After-Effects In To Clean Alabaster.T .
school II Uncertain and Often Dan will not make Lakeland by our Father .It heaven
I property; good and church within advantages. Possession can be securedon' is that be ) ; I clean dust stained alabaster ornaments
' I. Y:\.iuarter mile of property. All crops short notice. See this proposition gerous. Dodson's Liver-Tone a bis home presiding elder's parsonage Resolved, That we express to his make a paste of
s 'f ;:J" <4tbat can be grown in Florida do well on before purchasing. Price, $9,500 terms Mild located at Bartow. The appointment widow and children our deepest
1'''r" I 4/tthls place. If yotr desire a home in on ; Medicine,Take Its Place. being sympathy soap and milk. The paste must be
/ part.BREAKER I 1
'' ,,,, ,. afford his friends praying that and left to
"" '''' "I The of will many we may also dry on then then washed away,
I use calomel has been stopped I
I thousands the pleasure of seeing him more often, be prepared when called by Him who the surface being then dried with a
homes Dodson'sXIver-
I II I Is a matter of gratification.- doth all things well. cloth and then with a flannel when

- I I| Tone, a pleasant vegetable liver tonic which .. LAYMEN'S CHRISTIAN UNION, the ornaments will be found clean and
i that is a J perfect substitute for calomel Lakeland News. unharmed.
I A. M. Chlsholm
r By F. W. Pitman end
IY f in curing constipation and biliousness, Sunday-Servke S. S. Snyder, Committee -
-H.f M. & CO. is taken instead. Dodson's Lirer-Ton
will be celebrated --.--_ Making Up Natural
i is absolutely( harmless and its use is not Holy Communion! Defect.
Sufi=' A. French physician baa
followed Presbyterian church next Not Profanity.The discovered
by nausea and another attack the
I of constipation as often happens after Say morning at 11; 0'clock. All ChfV.tlane ::., word "dam" Is the name of a the means of planting artificial eye
lashes and
I cordially Invited to come small coin used in India and of vary eyebrows; Th former op
,, ; ; +r'' -: Over OS.ceOI4 Pharmacy :- I taking calomel. The Kissimmee Drug are most with al. The individual small value sad is also the name riv eration is Very painful but the Utter
Co. has sold so much Codson'a'LKerTone *nd .partake less so.
en by tinker to
will be used. 'A. a small wad of paper
I It and it has been so satisfactory communion k.rvlc. and drink put Into a bole In Unwar when mending
'; wherever taken, that they guarantee to often M ye eat .thU U for the purpose of
+ Ki.simmee0 preventing
>< >< Florida proclaim the Lord' death Overcoming .the.,QroUch.
give any person his money back If be this sup ye the solder from running through. A grouchy
i does not. find it a perfect subitltutelfor till He come.*? At the ev.ning.ervicethe Both mean of little value, so toe expression bait so grouchy when d08llIl'Melli
w and yon stand right
"Wnilam Carey
calomel. No restriction of Jhabltaj'jordiet : theme., really'means 1 don't care up to him and state your'proposition
' I '">" \S t.J f the TAlue of a dam." la a'fearlu ""- ,, '
I' 7.: U necessary.., India manner, "f
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January 12.1912

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Council Prospect Park ---:00:.... i
AL City !
1 J I !t i ,W. h T..:twoof ,tw) CXCAMON, .
1IIOoIt. desirableand IA.. ..4LANY'011D.' ,
Continued( from L) . .. L .vnwa. Ir
p. ... 1
best located 'lo rln Prospect Park .14." YJooo............., ' ;; 'M' ',
A dated, March 1, A. D. 1912 and that gigs i 60JI136'feeE tuehwhich w. are offering -'t

1 rh7t upon the execution of acme; the Mayor for a.short time for $UO each.' i

shall 1 deliver the; to the'Treasurer of Call on uJf'you want '
a great bargain.
-'r1ii t laid city. 47-tf J' H. M. BREAKER &.Co. KISSIMMEE, LUMBER CO.:
{ 1 1 I Re.olv'lt"lurt.ber, That ,aid notes .

:' -\ shall be offered for public sale fn the Big Bargain In Home.
1 ,
usual manner; and'that bids be Invited ,
? l Splendid: new six room house just Inside ** Rough and
for'the purchase of said notes. ,the) Dressed s..
city limit, fine deep well, lot con ..
Coubcll reserving the right toreject'anJand : tains .
two of' -
acres ground good, new -- -
,:.bids, provided, however; said barn wagon .and buggy shed, and all :
a t> t notes shall be sold for not less than par. under good, new fence. Fine location PIKE LUMBER ,

: i. Resolved further, Thrt upon the sale for small truck garden or poultry aanch.
No More! Cold HandsERF1Cri0 This la a fine proposition, where you
of. said notes, or either of them, the will have the freedom of the country .

City,Treasurer: be authorized to deliver yet close enough to enjoy all the advan '

samexto the purchaser upon payment to school tages of beet the city, such aa splendid high HOUSE} BILLS ",A SPECIALTY: l lZ
'. ,., churches, etc
'him. of the arnoun, of the successful Price 1500. H. M. BRKAKEBrA: .
bid. 48-tf ' :J ;p144p,4.
'' : I _''II Resolved further, That the said Treasurer OOOOOOOOOQi

''I shall pay over the proceeds of said attrden-eharing a Duty.It 0

A'woman often does not notice notes, or either o} them, to the trustees Is the duty of each generation ts

what a cold day it is so long M site ''I of street paving notes. bear Its own burden. ................ ..... :
An ordinance providing for the payment '
bustling around the home. ,But -- . EMIL MACH
i of ieterest on the street paving
when the sits down to her sewing andmending notes uumbeaed respectively, two, Order of Publication Act 9taat4ar4 Olll *..:. ERNEST MACH

the soon feels, chilly. 'three, four and five, and for the redemption ..In..Clroalt the Circuit and Court for Osoaola ol tha garaoth Coaststate Judicial of :
of same;dnd for the appointmentof FJortdm.IDI CbanoeTT. - - :MACH BROe.4
It is then the needs a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. H.C. Stanford. complainant TS. J. J. Warrtll,
note trustees and defining theft' du- and acalnit all persons claiming aa Interest

Its quick glowing heat warms up a room i in next to no time., ties, was introduced and read a first under against tbs all Mid other t. i. M.rrlll..or otter othcnrlaa.thaai and the $ Livery Feed and' Sale Stable :

That it tbe batty of a Perfection Smokeless O3 He.... It fa; time and by unanimous consent was aboTa Interact known In and named partial claiming an I '

always ready for use; you can carry k wherever you please t and you read s second time and unanimously defendants.. the. property..ID this bill described J Agt. International Harvesting Co.; .

Kgbt it cotf.wfcea you wait JLTU passed, (.See ordinance in another col- Toll It appearing whom It; from may the concern sworn bill o!complaint

Perhdiesi Ofl Heeler i k eaoislass and ..w.-. passed ...... umn.) filed In In this the cansa property that Involved then are In persona this suit Interested other .A.T.T.. =STAB: 'V'T' II:..' Xrlrf

drrice aaaoras tkas. k b iiiitI r .... aad eooeosucal-Uarn. ors .bears*.SM An'ordinance to amend an ordinanceto than tbe known..daJaariants, and tbat the Z
m- Hasxisoese lee-dm..tiO-d AW k. bW .-- .. pU. *.... with Regulate the Speed and Use of Bicy known'.DOh to the persons ao Interested are on- Everything new and: first class. We render prompt .1,
complainant, and that relief I Is "
IIIoW: -r cles, approved January 6, 1898, was 'In. prayed unknown,I ln laid defendants.bill: of complaint against stub . satisfactory service day or night.

I>ooIon _,.4..r.s..... k d.rbdr.} skater .. air_II troduced by H. M. Breaker, and on motion ' It is therefore ordered that all persons claim : ONEIHALF BLOCKFROM
read a first time and by unanimous log an Interest In and to the following described PASSENGER. DEPOT: r,
Oil property. situate In the county of Osceota."
Standard Company consent was read a second time and ,, Btsfe of Florid.I to-wlt I : Kissitntnee, Fla. jPfyone 113 : t
WI Beginning e7 feet !Booth! sad 47 decrees East .
unanimously passed. (See ordinance In of the West corner of Lot 4 In Block lit of the '

bsceola Journal.) the South town Florid of Klmtlmmee Railroad ly company's, and rannluc survey South of .................... ..4t...

There being no further business the 47 degree East 60 feet. North 48 degrees East 50
feet, North 47 degrees went 50 feet South 48 Be-
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.. adjourned green' Went M feet being a part of Lot 4.of Sec
session Tuesday February 6, 1912, at Lion twenty-two (22)). In Township twenty-fire C. A. CARSON, President _
I (l'>) South of Range twenty-nine! ((29)) East do f C t MaYAN, SECRETARY: ,
,7:30: p. m. appeartothe" complainant's, bill of complaint i
hereto" Sled I on or before the Rnle day of February "

J. R. GILBERT, W. B. MAKINSON, I 19Ut to-wit, the bIb day of February else
Osceola Lumber Clerk. President. the 1 will be taken an conleised. The Waters & Carson .. ._-
It Is further ordered that. this order be pub-
llxhed once week for twelve ((li) oonaeoutlv
weeks In the Kuslmmee Valley OsEotie. a i
newspaper published in said Osceola county of
I NAMES OF PERSONS general olrculstion In Bald county
C Wltnen Will H. Price JUd .Id Circuit Grocery
ompany Cnnrt and my name as Clerk: thereof, and the Company J
official of the court, this 28th of October A.
Who Can Accommodate Visitors D. 1'11. I.t. DOKIOAN. .,
[SfcSlJ Clerk of tbe Circuit Court.
.- DEALERS IN-. I With Rooms or Meals. By KMZABBTH: JOHNSTON. D. C
G. F. K..lbb..1IOllcllo'or complainant12t Wholesale and Retail Dealers InWe'sell -

The following is a list of persons with
Rough and Dressed Lumber Order of Publication.
I their residence, who have rooms to QROCERIE-S.-----
In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
rent, aa well as those who can also furnish Circuit In and for Oiiceola County State of
Florid 1 In Chancery.R. .
meals: I'. Waring, ':: .

WINDOWS, DOORS I G. E. Fisher, comer Mabbette street William J. green yes J. -

and Bermuda avenue, 2 unfurnishedrooms Green, Otto F. Bill to Remove WE
I All persona other than "I'1 Cloud from BUY:
; M. Cosner, Mabbette street, 2 above named psrtlt*, o'. Title

I furnished rooms; Mrs. J. E. Bass, Mab ty log In an this Interest bill described in the HAY

NOVELTY WORKS bette street, 1 furnished room; E. H. fendapta. HIDES ."
To all whom It may concern: t
Tennen, Mabbette street, 2 furnished It appearing from the sworn bill of complaint GRAIN "

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIAL I'' rooms for light housekeeping; John filed in in this the cause property that involved there! are In persons this unit Interested ,other FERTILIZERS FURS

> Wark, Mabbette street and Bermuda than tbe known defendants and that thename.
of such persons ao Interested
are nn
I I avenue, 2 rooms for light housekeeping; known to the complainant: and that relief I Is SHINGLES '
.'s > Free Delivery to All Parts of City .;s .; j! R. F. Crafton, Mabbette street, 1 fur- prayed unknown It defendants.said Bill, of Complalbt against I such AND y

j I i nished room; Mrs. Buzza Mabbette It Is therefore ordered that.If pereoo. claim- ORANGE BOXES ,
Interest In and to the following described
| street, 1 furnished room; Mrs. Souders, State roan ol lllordato'wltlThe situate, !In the: County of Osoeola ORANGE WRAPS' ALL ; 7'

Mabbette street, 2 furnished rooms; southwest ,
quarter the southwest quar* '
Mrs. S. J. Taylor: Mabbette street, 2 tor ol the southeast: : quarter, and lot four (H) of VEGETABLE CRATES COUNTRY
section twenty-ave ((20)), in township twenty-Ova
furnished rooms; Mrs. Prouty, Verona ((2fj: ), south of range twenty-eight ((28)) east,do 4
'furnished apf> ar to the Comp ainant's 11111 of Complaint CRATE NAILS PRODUCE', t+
street A. W. Winn
4 TRAINS FROM THE WEST room; herein Shot on or before the Rule day of February
4 Orlando street, 2 furnished rooms; E. '191'i to wit.'the btu da; of February, else
the said bill will t. be taken as confessed.
Pinney, Summer street, 2 unfurnishedrooms It la farther ordered that this order be pub .

; C Buckels, Mabbette street, 1 lished weeke once In tbe a KfaMmtnee week for twelve Valley' ((12)Gazette.) consecutive newa field and garden seeds of all kinds. ,

-VIA- furnished room; R. T. Butler, Verona ersl paper circulation published I In In said said County Osceola: County o< gene We: give special .attention'' to fitting out hunting, and camping

street, 1 furnished room; .T W. Ellis, WttneM James W. Perkins, Judge of said parties.. ",

Verona-street, 1 furnished room; E. S. I and Circuit the official Court) of and said my Court name, thisl4th as Clerk thereof daf of. Free delivery in city limits., Phone No. 12. . "
ATLANTIC COAST LINE Beeland, Verona street, 1 furnished and October, A. D, )gll) -\ >

1 unfurnished room; Mrs.[ Perdew, Verona I (fBltAL.1] ARTHUR Clerk of E Clrcnlt DOHEOAH Court. We are county agents for good fertilizers. .I''Askl'us\, ,for circular;*;::. -

street, 2 unfurnished rooms; Ross O. F. Krtbb. Solid By ELI or fur- Complainant.JOHKOTOS,4B-12t p. C. and priceson, fertilizers. J t r

Graves Emmet street and Clyde avenue -

"Dixie Flyer" "Seminole Limited" 3 furnished rooms for light house- Notice of Executor for Final'

I keeping; Mrs. C. V. Bearden Emmet Discharge.In ,.

"South' Atlantic Limited" street, board and rooms; J. R. Graves, Court of the County Judge, State of Florida X'S
Emmet street, 1 fujnished room; J. J. In re estate of Martha A- Turlington. decease .:
Osrvoln couuly.' ,
Route" Woodall, 2 unfurnished rooms; Mrs. W. NoticeU hereby: given, to all whom \It rrTt)
"Montgomery E. Smith Brack street, 3 furnished concern that on the Kith day of May, A. 1>
1912.: I than apply to the Honorable (,ieo. F.
rooms; Mrs. Barnes, Emmet street and Parker, Judge: of ,said Court, aa Judge of Pro-
Louis Cincinnati tale, for s nnsl, discharge as executor of the 1 Yf
Through Pullman Car from Chicago, St. Indianapolis, Grand Dillingham avenue 2 furnii ied rooms; estate of Martha! Turlington, deceased ; sni

Rapids, Cleveland, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville. Dr. E. Derbyshire Clyde avenue, 2 that, tbe ah Mime executor time of I HaM will estate present, and tny ask fliiacrnuutM for 1 1h

V MMMBM B MHMM M furnished rooms; F. S. Gilbert Rose their spprovsl.'
Dated November 10th, A. D. 1011.K. ].
DINING CAR SERVICEFor avenue, 1 furnished room; J. M. Lee, O MEEK r. .

Clyde avenue, 2 furnished rooms; J. J. 4fi-lmoGmo Executor.!:
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further information call on or write to Dann, Clyde avenue and Hughey street, Application for Final Discharge.In '".;
W. C. Gilbert Ticket Agent, Kissimmee. Fla., 1
3 furnished rooms for light; housekeeping oof the County :Jude. State of Florida' pl e -
4 J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agen'f ;; Mrs. Clay Johnson Vernon and dec'd., County, In of Time B. gl

Tampa, Florida. Johnson streets, 2 furnished rooms; T- Notice is hereby given to all whom" It may con .>i'
cern. that on the 10th day of January. A. D. 1'JIZ
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Dilzer, Beaumont avenue and Patrick
I 1 shall apply to the JParkerJudge
street, 1 furnished room; Mrs. F. of said: Court, as ohdlorpt.; for i.
final discharge as administrator of the estate of "
What the Kidney S Do W. Stalker, 1 furnished room; Dr. W. Tim. D.... deceased,and that at the same time f
will final .administrator
present my of
LIMONAHealthiest I
L. Winn ,3 suites of rooms for lijlhthousekerping ; said estate, and ask for their approval. ,

; Dr. M. J. Hicks, Church Listed July OSCAR 7th, A. D.BASS.I"l I.Sr Administrator. ,tI'.. ''

Place'In FloridaJUST Their Unceasing Work Keep U. Strong street, 3 furnished rooms for light 2M mo-fmos ,
Mrs. E. E. Church "Pittsburgh Perfect ,
and Healthy.All housekeeping; Kulp, Application for Final Discharge .

street, 2 furnished rooms; J. W. Lilly, In Court of the County Ju.'i,,<,. Mate of Florida Wire is best all
Fencing t
TEN MILES OUT OF TAMPA the blood in the body through ,
passes >
Church street, 1 furnished room; Geo. Onceola" County In re Estate of L. II Will GI ; ., :

01 the Seaboard through the kidneys once every three Gilbert, Church street, 2 furnished lams! deceaHed.Notice Is hereby.. given to all whom It may The wire ia drawn from a special quality of open x'

minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. rooms for light housekeeping; Rev. W. collceroh'b., ou the .!*>lh dsy of April, A. 1>. THE BEST hearth material-tough, pliable strong, long lived t'

NORTHERN SETTIEMENT. I They work night and day. When healthy H. FunK, Main and Church streets, 1 :Judge rl.I'3 Court the ,orj: e Oeo FParker WIRE like old-time iron wits It is .the_finest fencing '
they remove about 600 of Im- bate, for a final discharge as admlnr..lrator of .
i grains wire
Groves and Winter Home furnished possible to manufacture.CalnnbiDIr ,
Farms, room; Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, the estate of L. II. Wifilam" *. deceased; aDd
pure matter dally, when unhealthy, Main and Church street, 1 furnishedroom that at the same time I will present my dna Heavily) galvanized) by our own new and perfect
Address some part of this impure matte left ; C. W. Griffin, Main and Church aecounta as admlnlntrtttor of saldestatean .
I the wire .
ask for their* approval. Perfect JKcMt positively moiattlre-proofs
\ J. E. SNYDER LIMONA FLA. in the blood. This brings! on many diseases streets, 1 furnished room; Mrs. M. F. Dated Oct.: 2 A. D 1911.A. The fact that -
Sears, Main street, 1 suite of rooms: E. DROUGHT. Administrator. K
and symptoms-pain in the back, C. L. Bandy, Main street, 2 furnished;;; 44.lm
headache, nervousness, hot, dry skin, rooms; Mrs. J. E. Williams, Main ..,
Notice of Executor.In 'I1t&
t f+++4-44-L I +++ M'' III.<-+I +++' +'++' ;:; rheumatism, gout, gravel, disorder' of .street, 1 furnished room; Mrs. F. EMcCall 'sons w
Court of the County Judge, Slate of Florida,,
the eyesight and hearing, dizziness, irregular Broadway, 2 furnished rooms; in re Eatate of Temple:: t A. Ming Dec'd, Osce moisture-gathering wrap, clamp
: Mrs. Hilton, Broadway and Brack ola and tie but '
ii THE heart County.Notice practically transform
fiRAYSTONEiirn debility, drowsiness, street, rooms and board; Mrs Irene is hereby given to all .whom it nay the fence into of .,
in concern that the lat day of on ptecf perfor- Y
dropsy deposit the urine, etc. But Saunders, Park'street, rooms and board; on March A. D191J '
: I shall apply to tbe Honorable Oeo F. Par ated steeL
ir you keep the filters right you will Mrs. Guice, Park street, 3 furnished ker,Judge of said Court, as Judge of Probate .....' .'-_-.*-.._...-y.-i .'IM "ii ?

ILL ni mif will have no trouble with your kidney. P.rooms Graham for light, Park housekeeping street 3 ;furnished Mrs. D.. for estate a final of Temple discharge' A Minx aa ,Administrator deceased; and of that the at Watte'Wire There ;is no waste wire to make' useless we igh t'J '

Mr*. J. 1.. Beaman Lake street Kis rooms for light the_10. time .will present my final account heavier wire U used and all the weight:
f2.60 to 3.60 per day. simmee Fla. "I have Mann Main housekeeping; Mrs. .. administrator of said estate, and ark for N.WuteWeiPt is i Smc Stay wire being of the H
says: taken Bass street, 3 rooms; Mr*. their approval fame sits jssf
Special by week orlmonth. Doan's Kidney tills and have found Henry Bass, Main street, 1 furnished Dated Anguit 1st. A. D 1811. "line wires. the ,
C. A. MINI, "
J L .. TBUU, hut L D. POITEL Iar. ; ; them very beneficial. I obtained this room; J. Griffin; D. "N.Main Floyd street Main, 1 furnished and- ae-lmo t mo Administrator "Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence: UU StronfeSTfitte WoAl T 100-i w
I. .
.U..lllltl..l-lllllilt.' remedy when suffering from kidney and Lake streets 1 73 Srylee ana sizes adapted 'h. '
** furnished room; Mrs. Notice of Administrator to".req..,puI'JIo"I'-JIIW:; \ <' .
bladder trouble and It brought me so E. A..Russell.. Main and Oak streets, 1 la.Court of County Judge, Htate of YtorldaI. la FARM.RANCH LAWN. POtlLTRYJ: .: ..
much relief that I feel justified in recommending furnished room for light housekeeping; .Luc of Stella O. Wright Deeeaaed, Osee. >CVaCRY M
$1 1 or $2 per r Acre per MonthB it. "l know that Do n'. A. Dletze.Mr Aderhold. street, 2 furnished ola County.NoUett is .hereby Viven. to all whom it may CVARAirnUCD.'PlWnCCTf. !
rooms Darling Brack street 4 : t
concern, that the day of 100D. .
oa yth D.
.y.a 8a. onl deny i......., r1awlria. ..rtl. Kidney Pill can always be relied upon.'" furnished room,; U. N. Bratton, Bass Itla, I ahall present roV annual. eooouta a*A.Administrator W. B. t 1--,
.. .wall B..r .ta.<;. B.....trrt..tlo.. For sale by all dealer< Price 60 eta. and Brack streets 2 furnished room of the ealale of ateiia G Wright, Makinsbn Co; ./ : '
.... deoeasMdi, the Honorable ...... I'.f : to'
*!. aood.-tl .rtct. Foater-Mflburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole for light housekeeping; Mrs. E. O. Tat- to Parker. ' watar eaid rail traaaportatio for the United State Judge of said Court, aa Judge of Probate, and
agent .
man, Aderhold and Oak ask for tbelraelan4 .
C)1Ir llfc.r.1 c.artr ct all.wm all streets 1 furnished approval.Dated. .. Florida
Uar.t nit Tltl B." k. 0..raiH.U. .. Remember the name-Doan's; -aul room; Mrs. W. A. Prescott, 1 .July .. D. 1111. DROVOHT '
., 41.177to take no other. furnished room. A. E.' ,
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I Honda Maps. ''I'! CHURCH DIRECTORY Gladiators of Old. J. W. THOMPSON I
J A man who had once been a gladiator S. it !
j Upon receipt ot 25 cent at the Valley i _____ was always regarded aa disgraced.If BULLOCK
} Gazette office a pocket map of Florida ,
. a combatant were vanquished
1 will be mailed to any addre. In the
: i United States We can also furnish BAPTIST.A. .not killed the people decided his fate --
,4. .. .- of Oseeola at tl each and turning down their thumb when they FUNERAL DIRECTOR
; naps county J. Holt, D. D., pastor: ; REAL ESTATE
+'' .....,L.- ..;: ::will be glad to estimate on sectional maps' Sunday- wished him to be killed. Contestants ..........n. ..m*..*.%mm..*
; of any Kind MIY : the to be assumed and_
,. were taught posture
Bible School 9.45 a. m. and INSURANCEExamination: ',
yrt In, falling and In dying .
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7.1Sp.! m.' such food was eaten. would thicken LICENSED.EMBALMER1.; '
B. Y. B. U. 6:45: p. m. their blood in order to give the spectators

\t\ r' i. L m Dozen Communion Sunday. a more leisurely view of their of Titles a :
Monday (after 3rd Sunday). death. Combats of gladiators con
f Woman's Miaa. Union-Devo. 3p. m. tinued until the reign of Honorlus. Specialty.
"1" 1 Wednesday-(after 1st Sunday). I Fret Christian emperor In 4O4 A. D., (
'2i | Worn. MIss. Union-:Social: to5pm when Telemachus, a monk, rushed be- ,,
tween two adversaries at Rome and Klssl.nlltlt FLORIDA
i Thursday- hla self sacrifice occasioned the decree Corresoondence Solicited. :
pure by
1 I Prayer meetmK7CK' : ) m.
Real Estate p. for their abolition.The .. 1
bought Visitors always welcome.PRESDI'TEHIAN.
I I Boyars of Russia' .
I I Bojars held exclusively the highest
| I military and civic offices In Russia EVERY SUCCESSFUL MAN ACHIEVES

KISSIMMEE. FLORIDASPECIAL cents S. S. :Snyder:; pastor. I and were ao universally lodked up to SUCCESS THE SAME WAY.-
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.-A. S. by the mass of the people that the
I as a I Nelson superintendent. most powerful rulers, even Ivan the BY SAVING MONEYDo k
Cruel, considered It prudent to use
I It's atNorth ": Church Service 11 a. rn. and 7.00 p.m. this form of expression In their ukases you want to be successful Start saving now. Put your money in ,
Christian Endeavor 6.15 p.: m. : "The emperor baa ordered It; the
i I,: Prayer and Bible study Thursday.7.00 Bojars have approved It"-New York CITIZENS BANK OF KISSIMMEEWe
p. m. <
/Jill L I Visitors most cordially invited to> all I Telegram.
1 14 Cervices. I A Nice Gift Package. have more Savings Accounts than any other Bank in

j .. ( m'I My *.Expreee Box" of mixed citrus Oseeola County. '
'L DayjOlfcrTM fruits packed especially for the holiday A Savings Bank loaned FREE. If you haven't procured
METHODIST. r trade and for those wishing to remem- one, do so at once.
ia II. T. (;Game, pastor. ber friends at a distance, containing oranges -
PORTABLELAMP Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.-J. L.Overstreet grapefruit, tangerines and kumquats ABTHUB E. DONBOAN. President W. B. NOBTOK. CuhUr i

superintendent. fered., is Price the best$1.00 gift per package box, let. of-b. it t

FOR Preaching services 11 a. m., and 7:30p. Kl aimmee. Mail orders solicited. H.
Klssimmee, Fla <<.tf
Quick : m. R. Overstreet, -
HOMESTORE Junior League 2 p. m.
''r' Senior League Wed. 7:30: p. m. Boarding House for Sale. p

OROFFICE Gen. prayer service Thurs. 7:30jp: : m. Boarding,: house of nine rooms including -
: Holy communion ever 1st Sunday.You batbroom.Hot and cold water, .
are cordially invited to each of bath, toilet and sink; electric "Khta.
_ furnished complete and filled I GRAPIFRUITt
i1; 'j $12'48c J these services. with House boarders at this time. Large,: lot I I130xl50.
,+ Can be purchased on very t
reasonable tenns. For particulars call .% *
write us.
on or
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Chisholm, pastor. Co. _. -
I Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. The Kissimmee Library. IF'YOU are going to plant a Grapefruit Grove
t" This Lamp is handsomely ,I Bible School 9.45a. m.-C.lE. Yowell Its or an Orange Grove buy your Trees from
nickelled, height 29 inches, superintendent; J. H. Harris, assistant The Klssimmee Library four offers hundred to the Old Reliable Ocklawaha Nurseries.
I Ifst of over
"' equipped with automatic self- superintendent. subscribers books by the a beet authors, any or all of QUALITY COUNTS Everything you get fromus

? ] a'r cleaning: needle, globe and for Christian Endeavor every Sunday which you have the privilegesingle is first-class. Our favorable soil and location
3t.*..' evening at 6:00: p. m. for only $2 wblch make It' possible for us to produce stock that has
Usual price $22.00.We family membershlp. -
'pump. A WADer! Prayer meeting and choir practice ev- membership or $5 for a IIbrarlM, no superior. Our CONNER SEEDLESS Early
have the best line of Man- adapled 10 .. CapL Trenchl tile
*d r Ii. 11.00 : ery Thursday at 7.15 p. m. a membersblp Orange is far superior to the Parson BrownCONNER'S .
> will lieu. you IcStag
;, Sties and supplies in the South SaoUa' the above'amoUDL Library PROLIFIC' GRAPEFRUIT is the best
att,,lowest prices. #Estimates .The Lent EPISCOPAL.Kev. Bank building. 8-tf, I budded variety now produced anywhere. We have the
,1 stock of n largest two-year Grapefruit buds in Florida
,4'f: _.:; and expert advice Free. ... David D. Kidd, i :---- Write for Catalogue, full of good Ideas and practical
.*y q ote you vwaTitslisT.ti J. E. MATTOCKS KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAOcklawaha '
Standard Light & pricea'for at 110: a. m. -

I J"." -w lode,,..laodellefa m11..1i..Ia..tnW At .ny rite catalelfree. wriIa Communion 2nd Sunday at morning i ..u.Io..old..ttaale..........u ;W.

. ,+ ;I iR; .111 EAST BAY ST. services. .VINZANT&Cp/ TANGERIN :
Walter P. St4.. Guild meeting first Tuesday I Nurseries
every ,
4 ;p JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA Dapt. 87 Phfadelphia ":'t j jI ',. Y L q R rn.n; .

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That Tune.... His Raven I f. Philosophy '

Locke to" Gray. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAat

.5. VJlCAIV N. JHITIt the close of business, December Sflith, '
1 w.- ."..11111. REDUCTION SALE OF (
htrnw sjlrl was taking dictation ::8HO(8-

the' bead..of the Arm, a Wall -;

t ,brokerr>- In the letter tie" gen] AWFUL POSSIBILITY.T ASSETS .
loan inveighing against the fianklnaHome.. FF and Deal Estate aA.000.00 .
'tlces certain set-rlch'-qulck= ITTLB drop of water BBL-lble.. .. S47.400.UBondi. : -
1 Ja *' Little of ....: 2.xJo..oo: .c' >
e* a street < Trains sand. ...... .... .. .. '"' : : > < ; :
1 iTha you mention" he 41o- Make the mighty Geese 440.117 _: : ..: .. .. _, : .
And the pleasant laad.< Clalma. A.C.U; Ri ., II.ro84 99 ;
|ed In the course of his epistle) Should you drink the water Cub Itonu, Caab and Duo from Banks IO.IM.TS .

Te an office In an uptown hotel, Should you eat the sand. City WarranU. .. .. ........ .," a,9re" .TG
t 11,do basinets There would be no ocean
not consider their $88,918.6oLIABILITIES
And no pleaaant land. ;
Itlmate. I hare never had either 'j

+ klDe or respect for bucket shop I 1 But you sari ''That'eefl7. .' f 60.000.00 We are closing out .all1 our high-cut
I I would never drink
tb' personal regards I' am TOUTS ...... j .'
27. OO.OO
All that salty w t-r,
i err truly," h. finished. I And I wouldn't think Undhrlded Proflta 1.0M.87 shoes to make room for the new Spring : ::

,1 !INow you 'can lip that Hiss Of devouring sand hills, Deposit . .. ... . ., M5.6T1.40! .#,
e,' and mall It, for Ire got to Meadow, moor and tea Certified Checks . /....... 27.00 .
I at once" And Mis Fudge did. And the mighty: mountains" Caablen Cbaclu. . .. ... ... .. ... 1.467.09 stock that will arrive soon. This is 4 )
Well don't do It the*. . . .
? he next day the boss glanced Due Other Banks .. .. . .. 12874 1
) .aid: tON Ida Should see drink the oo.aa BIBS..
Re-BtacounU" .:.1. chance to fine .shoes ;
Then the mighty snipe 7.WW.OCCollections your get at a price -
.when he read 1 here never had
That war mad for Balling > on Band .. '" . .. 841.00 ., J
liking or respect for bucket .
their .
Could not make trips. fS36.I? .OO I
.If And Miss Fudge put on- her Should you be*o hungry that will please : . J-ll:
As to eat the land OFFICERS you.Come : .:
Ttwn the people would net C. A. CARSON, pneldeBtJOHN
.i next stenographer was a yonncu Have a place to ataad.Bo M. LEl. Vic, President
j The boss dictated: ":TII.' de M. KATZ. had Vice President in and see them. ,::
left neither bonds nor stocks." avoid sTossaia N. B,CAliSON.Caehtn:
And when are dry
writer of stenographic pothooks Only drink a river Personally appeated before me. a Notary Public. : a '
a that the word "bonds" Is .writ That to rolling ,.", [ ] N..-.U.....,uaoa.dedoeee Ca and hlvn.,says vhobelnsduljpSeal the above! i
almost exactly: like the word And for food. iutxt ntUlO la true to the pest of loll .
|lch I. sometimes used for trous- .your moneys worth know and belief.
At the doughnut Gount.r.Do 1
." fleece the man stenographer not oat the ear1.h.It ROMA Nolan THOMAS Public State of Florida. I I
ascription; "The deceased left Mr commission explree March 18, 1816. .
ptber pants nor socks."

r Lnd the man secretary put oa hip i

text Not Posted. . of tbe H. C. STANFORD COMPANY :


INCH CHILDDRE L LIKE Peterson a year '. "',
ago?" Kissiminee, Fla. t

Midday Meal Should Be Packedto "I...ehould say At the close of business Dec. 80, 1911. -

Be Kept Warm and not. )
didn't RESOURCES I -
Appetizing. .. t .
-If I hud he'd> and biecounU $tIIO.2KI.ftil -- -
OTerdrafU. I\ .
48 .12
tiersliving too far from theo never have sold I
Stock and Bond. 16,081.fdBanking > f
< )
lhoule for the children to come me that chickentarm. Real { . t tj
Houee. Estate F. and F. 20.1M.B1 \
tine to lunch will find this a solution ." Du. from Banks. .. 42.237.46 : ;

the cold lunch problem: Use a Cash on Hand .. 17.029.89 Ii .. ;!

:x: about 15 Inches square Inside It 'Ity and County Warrant 6,50.1 ,, -j. '(

..ur !Dent;,. pack a three.-Inch lay- 1 -- -WAOie_ J aell.e0145- -- -
of excelsior very solidly In tbe bot- w

then put a tin or agate pall hav- LIABILITIES I
In a Hurry. Capital Stock ,. t'.000.00
a very tight cover on this. Pack "Walter called the man who had .
Surplus 261.88
elslor solidly around this to the If You're ,
been sitting so long at a table in a Undivided Profit. 4.2HS.29 Buildingj
p of the pall. It Is very Important restaurant that be was beginning to Depoelte f ... 172, dO 20 !
hare It solid, as the pall must be figure that be must have acquired vested Billi Parable .. ..NONE '
ken out. A cover must be made to )
rights on the chair. i I.kt)1.4f'1
the box: and this, too, covered forInches with '
"Yea, sir, responded the gent I. W. H. Norton. Caihler of the Citizens Bank ,
so or enough to reach the the napkin. of kis.lmm.q of Klalim_. Fla. do eoletnnlr ::1
S ill with the excelsior- held in place fab- "Borne time ago 1 ordered beefsteak." beet wear of that my knowledge the above and statement belief. U true to the I IW.H or if you're going to build buy ALL .
1th cheesecloth or other light NORTON. Caehler. I
"Yes, air.
o tacked securely over It. For the Sworn and. eaDecribed to before me thie 2nd day '
make of linen darkva. "I want to change my order to a veal of January 1W2. I I ;#' your materials of the
a cover or
cutlet" T. M. MURPHY. Notary Public Rtate of Fla. j
.. This cover should extend all My connniaaton expire June 17. 1U1A.. :
"You prefer that, sir? "
yer the box and hook on side. For I -
"No, I don't prefer that, but 1 thought
be lunch boll In the pall rice, beans, '
a If yon were raising it from a calf I -
4, oup, whatever you may choose wouldn't have time to wait. DR. SHREVE SURGEON I 1
"can be boiled. When nearly done Osceola Hardware Co.

over closely and put at once In tbe For a from Clark, S. Dak., is I . ,
Knew Plagiarist.
s: put the.cover on the box and it located here for practice. .
last night""Tell I .
1 said cute thing
and hot
ready and will be done
me about It." 'Calls Promptly) Amcdcd: to Day) or Mh. .1
then the children are ready for It,
life." Office over Mach Bros Livery Barn
"Not on your
, ura later. Of course, If a tin pall is"paed. .1
nothing containing tomatoes "Bet It was about me then.; I i-i.itpd and save money. We have brick, cement -
that's the
I phould be chosen. This will be foundf "It was not but reason .1
'to mothers won't tell yon," r .
i in where children '"What Is?" plaster paint sash and doors
living the country "You'd be telling it about yourself." I .. ', ..;" -: 1
rive to school.

Then It No Limit. Ie.Begin. i., by tbe trading New Year withj:right I[ ': bui ders' hardware, bath room.'and .toilet' ; )<;;,{ ; 'v. .1.

Art Treasures In Spain. "What are you worrying about?" '. .
Spain Is considered by art collectors "The.high cost of Hrlng." C. W. GRIFFINwho I fixtures; etc. First-cl iu" plumbing a
lucrative field and many Interesting "Cheer up. In ten years the people
antiques are picked up here from will be looking back and talking about
first-class groceries,'
me to time. Seville has numerous the time when eggs were only 60 cents keeps specialty. -
Shops where; antiquities are sold and a dozen." jj_::,fresh meat and fruits. ti

|where tbe old Spanish needlework
may be purchased. This section ofthe Disqualified. *T (DELIVERY ANY HOUR .-.

country has so. recently (comparatively "I am desperately In love." ,
speaking) been Invaded by "What In the name of common North Kissimmee.* Phone .

tourists that art buyers claim to find sense"- I J4

here many desirable things of which "But common sense has nothing i

e more frequented countries have do with It."
ong since been almost sold out. Probably r
| the old Spanish needlework ande The Diff.r.i.o.. -- -- -

wood carvings are the ?lost characteristic "How do occidental marriage customs There is a difference in
finds, though the antique differ from oriental?"

Spanish and the lustrous Moorish tiles "Oh. In the Occident we have only Pastry Flour LUMBER LATHS MOULDINQa et1INGL. tr.
[ much sought. Of course palnt- time." .
also wife
are one at a I
same and
even at the price, we 4 rDyalUpchurch
togs are eagerly scanned and occasionally consider the'OBELISK
a Murtllo school picture Remember Its Past

1 comes to sale.i If Tunt Oy'. hands were pure and clean "' ..
And had been all theme year.
.1 r Today might find us much more keen
at 90c a baga
To abed a pall of tears.PERT
Wood-Eaters. higher grade than any other at
Wood in a certain form Is a common any price.

and constant article of food In PARAGRAPHS. Try itonce.Dibble Building, J ctsonvill Florida
jail sections of Siberia where the '
And some people are known by the
akut lives. Shipments made to any part or the state. Our stock is made from the best timber ia! Florida, Is well man
North of Verchoyansk. except In a troubles they get Into. & SonBroadway rlactured and carefully graded, and our facilities for filling, orders for carload lots are" exceptionally good. "
sheltered valleys, there is little
aside from that afforded by fish, One way to make people respect youIs .r
that furnished by the larch. The by starting In and showing them

eat It, however, because they that you are respectable.

sections where fish _._ .
|like It. Even In -- -- -- -
Don't put' too small an estimate on .
may be had wood usually forms partof .
the native's evening meal, as themany four own ability when you are talkingto
cleanly stripped larch logs near others. They are Inclined to take

very hut testify. yours for a pattern.

The natives strip off the thick lay-
frs immediately under the bark of a Sometimes the less you know about rJ

[larch log, and chopping It fine mix the music the better able you are to

lit with snow. It Is then boiled in a face the music. -

[kettle. Sometimes a bit of fish roe Is -

[added, and In the southern sections The fellow who just keeps pegging

I cow's milk or butter.-Harper'a Week' away finally has a lot of work done to '

lye console him anyway.

The sun shines Just as brightly as It Everything that the name implies. The most simply constructed, and most perfect working of all 4..., f ,

Stumbled on Vein of Gold. ever Old even If ;you ,are .in the damps. self-filling pen Simplest to fill, simplest to clean. No leaking and sweating. joints. No drip- (

For,.seven pesos or about $a.511 a.oot"Cb1lean ping'when: inky supply is about exhausted. No soiled fingers. Writes as soon as point touches .. '.
[ bought a; few weeks ago It Is noticeable that there are some
[the foundation of 'an' old house in people who can't pay as they go bat paper We also have several other makes, such as Waterman's Ideal, Parker ,Lucky Curve,

Putu near.' 'Constltucloa, relates. the still they go. Conklin,OLaughlin. etc. Come in and let us show them to you. .

I How York dun, ,.All crabbed C .
[out,the stones from .tip earth his attenUoit It..fsn't easy to forgive, but still '"

[ '..wa* attracted 1Wthe':, yellow would forgiveness be worth anything ..... /.1
[peeks In ;one' of tbeni ..Be,'totmd:'lt If it..were? I .i t.,/ ,

|'contained an' .a traor l iarnr.!;.Lrge "

[proportion of gold. ?.H* 'ln olre4i t.* Cf The; man who can't get up and hns- I C A. COLE .;,
I (to whence the stone ortrtoany' ; ;: < WF ilA it
[twdiflnaUr .traced them : '
[.the;vlotnltr. '1"beNwI ,found !AU Don't worry over what people think

slope.. _.,, of goM-besrtng,, .roek of you.' tf up to 700. .- JEWELER : AND OPTOMETRIST -- .. r ;. .
|Torn''* amall.portIoD of-which la the .
work. he sad s talks toot we aver "'. .. "
course 'of" .:week's; Maybe money ;
|ebeplo'\of" Mends'.extracted 117B.OOO noticed any garrulity In it. :I -,, ." . ... ..'....

[ gold.-.- ,L ooap .ny' has Row ,- .
Worth of ; (, "
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[pen 'formed with a ca tsl ,of',1100P 'reint' wort. and l( you. cast.. r .. w. : 7 -c<, ,'it. ; ati d4 ,
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Paste 12, .," TIIE KlSSnUIEE VALLEY 0AZETTE'. January'12,19I2


Southerner's High Ideals' Shown Congestion-and Accident Are Classified ,Advertisements':
'.' FOR SALE OR ',RENT S by Memorandum Found Among Avoided Buenos In the Aires Streets of 4 :

1 His Papa's.Lee ?
.,- j-1--,-- ar "" *ST-Vri -,

Mr. Investor Do You.Want hated parade-, display<.and ceremony Buenos Aires is very much unlikeour Advertisements, are inserted under this head at the rate of 8 Ceatsj

being American',clUe.. In the first line each Insertion 'I* """
hated above all things place, per I' :
and ad- there are no sky scrapers, -The: I
r object of public gaze highest
made an

Grand Land? ulation declares a 'writer In the At eight building stories does'Then not exceed seven or I ,F01t SALE FOR SALE Three residences.. One in\

lantic. His Idea of high position was there are mile ,: Eureka addition, $600' one In 'Lilly's

.' high responsibility; a superior was upon miles of streets with buildings I FOR SALE-Ohio Chester addition, $1,500one; ,in_ Ba .'_.addition
duties, and of ,one story predominating. It li White pigs &
simply'one who had larger ; laid male, and female. 2500. Waters : Canon Gro-
) 'Apply to H. W,
the mark of a gentleman wasa keen out in rectangular blocks, average' Boice Vine St. and Bermuda Av. 33tf cery Company. 61-U

sense of the feelings and susceptibilities about 400 feet on each side .The :
TWO desirable resident To'U
.. very in
streets are narrow, and
of others. e.en.h the CALL at Lakavlew Cottage and look Carson addition, each 50x164 feet, ,
SOUTHPORT CANAL LAND No one has ever expressed this attitude residence section they are generally over the list of select home., choice There are 16 bearing orange trees on t

more delicately than he himself built clear up to the, street line. The farms, vacant lots and acreage Mrs. these lots, under- good; new fence, r, ,
v This 351 acres'of splendid 'Orange and Muck land has In a memorandum found among principal business streets, such as Summers has for sale 3-tf located close to the lake. $350 cash r

the mile frontage Southport Canal, and has always been his papers after his death Florida, CuyO Cangallo, Bartolome takes the two See H. M. Breaker i

considered "BRAGLAND OF FLORIDA." I ':The forbearing use of power does Mitre, San Martin, 26th of Kay etc. FOR SALE-673 acres of land on Lakes &: Co. Sl-tf

GOOD ORANGE AND GARDEN LAND. Excellent not only form a touchstone, but the are only 33 feet wide, and you will Tohopekalig Brown, Kissimmee and Russell.Fla. 48-tf E. J. FIVE city ]lots on which is located a

for Orange t.rees.and Truck aardeninawit.hout fertilizing.: manner In which an Individual enjoys wonder how the traffic la managed, nice new five-room cottage fine viewof

certain advantages over others la a says Travel. It Is done In this wise: DO you want an orange groveT Mrs. I I the lake cool breezet. This prop-
FROST PROTECTION. Lake Tohopekaliga is eleven Street cars and vehicles erty is located close to the
test of a true gentleman. are allowed to Summers has it She's\ only an amateur proposed
miles long and affords-it fine frost protection, as the land lies "The power which the strong have move only one,way. On the adjoining but she can tell you a few things I' electric line. on high level lots. A

.. south and east of 'lake and near it. over the weak, the magistrate over the street they move in the opposite direc concerning an. orange grove. Ask bargain at $1600. Let us show you | i
tion. It Is her. 3-tf this property! H. M. Breaker&: Co. AJ FLOWING WELLS guaranteed to purchaser. citizen, the employer over the employed surprising how this plan 31-tf llJ
unlettered, helps to solve a serious ---- --
: the educated over problem of
GOOD TRANSPORTATION.. One mile frontage on congestion Cabs FOR SALE-Twelvo acre orange and FOR SALE-Second-hand tent, 18x36
I the confiding and
Southport Canal enables its owner to load his products directly even the experienced the clever over over the silly-the forbearing dash along with seeming disregard automobiles of grapefruit groveabout three miles\ : feet. Apply to W. B. Makinson Co.
onto boats which pass there daily. I or Inoffensive' use of all this human life, yet few accidents result. sell from at Kissimmee a bargain., on Address railroad.W.Will H.

NO FERTILIZER NEEDED. Why farm land on which :, power or authority or a total abstinence A uniformed policeman Is stationed at Arnold, Kissimmee, Fla. 41-tf "'MISCELLANEOUSWADE

you have to use $40.00 worth of fertilizer for every crop you from It w hen the case admits It each street Intersection where tramo

plant, when you can have the richest land and biggest crops will show the gentleman In a plain la congested and a ..l.ta411 the protec- MRS. SUMMERS has thirty acres witha the tuner. Orlando ___
: light. tion of foot passengers and drivers. small grove for 500. '3-tf
without ?
fertilizing "The gentleman does not needlesslyand ] This police force, made up of men I WAXTED-The sweetest thing out for

unnecessarily, remind! an offenderof with Indian blood in their veins, Im : FOR SALE-Two yoke well broken ox your fresh from girl-Fuller Grl'emeCandy-
i Kissimmee
a wrong ho may have committed presses the visitor as most efficient. en. J. W. Miller. 46-tf factory. Drug
: Company. 33-tf
BIG M1NEY IN RAISING RICE HAY against him He cannot only forgive, --
HOUSE, 6 rooms, bath and closets 3
FOR fresh fish
he can forget and he strives for that phone the Rull Bass
; R
EVIDENTLY I porches ((1 screened), 2 fireplaces,
nobleness of self and! mildness of A TASK Market. No. 189.: 19-tf
Hay In Florida! sells from $20.00 to $37.00: per ton. II kitchen sink city water and deep -- -
'. character which Impart sufficient\ I well some fruit shade and GET H. N. BRATTON tiTdrive
; shubbery
raised -
More that 21 tons pf upland Rice Hay can be per acre on your
strength ,to let the pact be but the Somewhat Humorously Worded Epistlethe I near in. Just ask Mrs. Summers artesian wells. 43-tf
Muck land, and also 2 crops x-r-year[ . paat A true man of honor feels humbled Result of Struggle With 3-tf I

--__,At-tb -1ow-pl'lceof $20.00 per ton on 100 acres we would have the himself when he cannot help English Languages FOR dressed poultry, phone the Rull I,
Market No. 189. 19-tf
h- following estimate: humbling others.--" FOR SALE-Fine collection of differ. i' I

Two and one-half] tons per acre two crops per your, at t twenty As! the most delightful example she ent designs of all kinds of embroidered MUTTON, fresh fat and fine, at the

dollars per ton, on 100 acres, would amount to $10,000.110.( has ever seen of the English tile European dresses and waists in silk ami-wool I Rull Bass >farket, phone 189. 19-tf

UP TO THE FREEZING POINT uses in his correspondence a direct from my factory in Switzerland - - ,

-- woman who has just returned from and sell them at factory')prices. These j I I WOOD, per strand $1.25; five strands

Partner WantedIf Ample Cause Why Miss Oldglrl "the other side" is showing her friends goods were placed on sale/ December 575. Kissimmee Lumber. Co. 29-tf
22 at Porter & Son's store. -
r I' Should Heave a Sigh on Awak- a letter ,that she declares to be her Albert Bossart, near Shingle grocery Creek, PLEASE do not call at the larm for

I could Kl't desirable] tenants well equipped J with teams. etcaBancialy t ing From Dream. I most Interesting "souvenir.! Station formerly GUIce place 52-tf vegetables; you will find them on sale '

able to carryon farming, to go In with nv In rat .ing "After we left Amsterdam," she explains at the grocery Ittol'eiloAult---J _

Rire Hay, I would agree to furnish the land] fence and ilitih ,it t and The Fhlmniorinp; moonlight/ silveredhe 1 |, "my daughter discovered that FOR SALE-Inside city limits, ;5 acres, man. 42-t<(
build houses free of charge for tenants and then .shar' the other < xpenses 2 cultivation d..ewell. : _
placid water The tinkle of a banjoduwn : she had left her cufflinks In our room in gasoline
and profits. line 8-room house, with cel- I PYRENE) fire extinguisher for gasoline h
I! at the pension. So I wrote back engine;
( In the cabin floated up the companionway to the
rS fires. Get
Best references required. lar. Ask Mrs. Summers. 3-tf one for your launch, auto
and (spread Itself aroundthe I, proprietress, whom I knew spoke..English u or garage and be safe. Sold by Xieo. j I I

Lake Hn..eKISSI.11EE. deck Tin girl:) leaned, against the asking "her to look for them. Hereis FOR SALE-Good, new roll-top desk N. Saunders, agent, Kissimmee. 37 A, 1
ISAAC HALL rail. The captain was first the reply. and swivel desk chair. Apply to IJr.
King shoes
'Miss OldKlrl," he said softly, "from ,Then she shows It. And this wor*\ Winn. 3-tf Cash Quality before buying I '
the first minute you decorated! this i'I for word. Is bow It reads: ___ __ _u _, 1-tf

ship with jour charming presence, I "Dear Mrs. Thomas Grant: FOR SALE Tony and buggy, the best ,, KING Quality shoes for men at Cashj "'.

.. have worshiped )'ou. Yea, worshiped: "Immediately upon receiving your in town. Box 382, KissImmee. 51-tf I Store. 1-tf ,
) - ---- -- -- -- _
I I II lettre I am going at once to looking In _'
Worshiped As an old sea dog, the FOR
Z. W. Bass
I drawer and found this two but ANYONE anywhere can start a mail
word ought to have 'ship' In It somewhere every
3 lots 50x133, making 150x133, 3-
order business
S I at home. No
r TAILORING Will you go halves with me ton In the table near her'bed. Can it room cottage, for $500, $225 cash and ing. Be your own boss. Send canvass for free,

I for the rest of this earthly cruise be this two things what your daughter $12 per month until paid for. If you booklet. Tells how. Heacock, A 2144

The girl was Just about to answer lost? wish to seethe property phone No. J Lockport, N. Y. ..
that are absolutely right in style fit and price. You I when tbe first mate appeared. "In that way I am very glad to 73, Kissimmee, Fla. Property is

can buy "ready-mades" of course but they're not "Hear me before you promise," he found it. about one mile southwest from depot. SHIP your produce to G. W. Judy &:
h "So not be so good to send It me Also have other houses and lots, and Co., Tampa Fla. Write them for
made for you and they show it. Soring samples now begged! "If you don't make me the four of '
tracts 40
each cheap stencil.
h acres 49-tf
arriving. Come in and see them. happiest man on earth I will jump back for It might be of another person six miles ont. 2-tf -- _ __

overboard and stick out my tongueat who perhaps will write me he lost : FOUND-A lady's hand purse contain

L D. W. TRUMPELLBK the life boat. Say, yes; ah, something." 25 ACRES, 80 rods from railroad station ing n sum of money. and jewelry was

Willson's Real Estate Office I'yes!" house, barn, well and a few found in Waters &: Carson's grocery

Softly, though. The second mate fruit trees; all cleard. Only $1,000. store. Owner can procure same by
Furnishing Change. proving and
property paying for this
la Talk to Mrs. Summers about it. 3-tf
i "Fire dollars in change to be sent notice. 1-tf
"Hear me, ere you 'Tleclde" he besought around to her house within five minutes

"I love you so much It'. a ,that was all the woman living" at FOR SALE-8,750 acres Umber lands,

shame. Nobody dld,... Nobody could No. 211 In the next, street wanted," with five miles of lake. A first class FOR RENT
,: Won't colony proposition. Also some of the
;; TOILET ARTICLES your aid the New York grocer. "Not even best in this i DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. Til-
paying orange groves 4
: With a start the girl awoke. and ler.
cake of to with it as a
, !i. .. her a soap go guarante..of part' of the state, farm lands and ,

'are an everyday necessity. Naturally yotrwant and rubbed a sigh. eyes It was with her two-thirty-second knuckles good faith-Just the '5. I city property. C. FOR RENT.-Nicely furnished rooms,

the BEST, and you'll always find thought I bad got so used to cheeky with or without board, with private ,
n birthday
and thirty-two Is
them at tbeOSCEOLA freezingpoint requests that nothing could surpriseme 20 ACRES, 1 mile from station, 5 acres family, on Church street Mrs. Kulp.

f in that line but the change proposition cleared, 1 acre grove near to school, 3H tf__ _
did give me something of a only $1,100. Mrs. Summers has it.3tf. -- -
Ft PHARMACY MP etreiaeeyt FOR RENT -8-room house, close in, all
r i Cossack and Saint jolt. A cheap peddler had called with .modern conveniences good neighbor _

A Paris contemporary by way of something she wanted to buy; she hood., Address S, Valley Gazette. 50
with themoneJ' FOR SALE In Kissimmee Park, 5 acres - - -- -
Illustration as to how per'sons' waa afraid to trust him -
some citrus fruit land, $45 Why FOR RENTA nicely furnished large
per acre.
to out and get change;
I discharge their religious obligations go pay $80? F. S. Cahill, KissimmeePark room, with privilege of kitchen, for
_t PASSENGER || Routes Traversed by Christ relates a story of a Cossack wbo was she couldn't leave the house herself, l-4tp light housekeeping, in a beautiful

.f LAUNCH KISSIMMEE"LEAVES One of the caravan tours of Assyria overtaken by a terrible storm of and she had nobody to send, BO she place, with an elderly lady who desires -

and India lay near the little of thunder and lightning In his terror just telephoned around so she could 2() ACRES, 400.peach trees I year old company. Price very cheap '
VES FOR.Kissimmee. Nazareth where Ir his be prayed to the saint to save him and get 75 cents 16 change. Yes, we sent 400 orange trees 6 months old, 14 Nelson Realty Co, Kissimmee Fla.
00) hood I
Savior our | promised If only he once more I it because ahe buys things here once acres in cultivation, 8 acre. sweet potatoes 60-tt

1 undoubtedly 6aflnd conversed i reached his home be would sell his In a while, but I hope other women 1 acre eggplant, 1 acre cab-

Park witty} men of many nations horse and the proceeds should be 'In the neighborhood won't get the bage; 2-room new house, chicken j I Wild Birds Wanted
and varied religious and philosophical\ house; all fenced; $2,500. Ask Mrs! ,
S spent In candles In honor of the Saint.The habit.
1 beliefs. Summers. 3-tf Wanted wild turkeys and all kind
l Daily at 8:00: A. M. and 2:00: P. M. I Indeed, some fears a French traveler I sa, nt, pleased with so generousan 'of waterfowl. Write when you have

Returning leaves for In Thibet reported, that having offer' stayed the storm and the Their Rtaeons. FOR SALk AT A BARGAIN20acrefarm any stating species, condition and price.

r: KISSIMMEE, 9:30 A. M. and3- O'P. M.FAREfzSc broken a leg he was hospitably Cossack reached home In safety. 'I It the dinner hour, and the 6 acres under cultivation, new The Whealton Game, Chincoteage Island -
nured and cared for In This Is how he discharged his vow: was 6-room house, 1 shed and chicken Va. 3-tf
a lamaaeryor I hurrying over
Thlbetan The next day he went to the market prison inspectors were coops, farm implements, bone mill,
f convent, and allowed
( to Its access -i with a cock and a horse. Ills method their official round. They asked several etc., bearing fruit trees; 2 miles from -
library In which
JOHN DAVIS, CAPTAIN he foundan ;, of sale was this: He would oply sell I questions quickly."I courthouse North Bermuda ave. Old
I ancient
f' volume which stated that i! the two together, the horse at 30 am here, gentlemen" explained] age and sickness reason for selling.A. Bids will be received up until Satur- .

before our Savior began his mission, kopecks (about 15 ) and the cock I the pickpocket, when the warder Ordas. 1-tf day, Jan. 20, 1912 for the purchase of
he joined a caravan and visited Persia pence back "as the result of a the iron fence which surrounds the
his ,
i' turned
at 200 rubles (about J:20). After a II !
and India, debating with the !Magi\ FOR EXCHAMGE Good residence Court ]House yard.
'f Will Not t be a Candidate. time the moment of .
Cossack found a purchaseron '
and the priests of Buddha the tenets I I observed the Incendiary, property in Endeavor, Wisconsin and E. L. LESLEY,
of their beliefs and these terms and faithful to his tine farming land irt South Dakota for I[ Chairman Board of County Commissioners -
To the Voters of Osceola County : seeking turn ,, I "because of an unfortunate habit of
I. them vow the Cossack devoted 15 pence to Kissimmee residence property. Inquire 3-2t
.) I I desire in this manner to express to to the worship of Jehovah It Is j the purchase of candles for the altarof I making light of things." of Mr. Coon at J, W. Lilly's -
thanks for the honors have I by no means Improbable that a portion "The I am here," chimed in
E you my you I his patron saint. reason residence. 51-4t Horses
j i of his thirty of Mules.
years obscuritywas "la simply on account of a
t' ',' 'heretofore bestowed upon me in twice I the forger,
A electing me-your representative-in the the spent In such wanderings along natural desire to make a name for my WE-Have listed some of the most de- St. Paul Neb, Jan. 4, 1912.
great highways of the sirable the market both
world'scommerce. on ,
telegiIature: ndalso I His Sign Said So. self. property Kissimmee Valley Gazette Kissimmee
eta to state that .-National and which we offer at ,
Magazine. city county
the burgler, "through Fla.
; "And I added
l' One :
evening at 7 o'clock a man
i.will not be a candidate for re-eleetion the lowest prices to be obtained.
I before the approaching primary.C. with a wife and 11 children, many of nothing but taking advantage of an There is no padding of prices by us, Dear Sir-Please put notice in your

I The First Bread. them grown up, appeared at the entrance opening which was offered In a large every piece of property sold at exact paper that I will be in Kissimmee Jan. .

S. ACRES to an entertainment ball mercantile establishment"Hoping price placed on i it by the owner. 20, 1912, with a carload of good youux\
J TIle "staff of life" wa by no means Write and horses and mules, all well broken to
.3 the j bought two tickets.and demanded that us your requirements we
first Item on men's bill of fare. will do beat to please work and saddle Yours truly
., Interesting Point. the entire family should be admitted. our you, by
For we know not how the Beet the kind W. J. MCCRACKEN.
many ages human for showing just of property you
At a plrituallstic meeting In Wichita I I The doorkeeper declined to admit ,
beings lived entirely wlthput "Now that we are married," said desire. H. M. Breaker &: Co.2oitf -- --
the iplrit of Elijah. Grosser' was the family with two tickets only.
bread or anything approaching It' In the pretty chorus girl, "what do yon Card of Thanks
called tor. Elijah Grosser had died character. "But all those are my children, FOUR-acre and
The grapefruit
first orange
were hun to""Why
there many years before, but wa remembered I said the man. propose with 250 We desire
ten and lived mostly on the flesh! of replied the son of the mU- grove bearing trees, to earnestly thank the
t- for his immense stature the creatures they killed In tbe chase. "Of course," said the doorkeeper; "I think we had. better keepIt five acres muck and ten acres pine dear, good people of Kissimmee who
six feet five Inches. A voltA In the I The "but some of them are. too old to be lionaire. land in cultivation, thirty and one- '
pastoral stage, which followed admitted secret until I can get a good chanceto half acres land, tlve room were so untiring and faithful in their
darkness said he was Elijah. "Are free""Too unimproved
fj :you in heaven T" asked an old-timer. Ithe I hunter period, supplied milk old? What's that to do with break the news to the governor box house, good barn and well. The devotion to our dear husband and father
along with the flesh of the domestic he is In a pleasant mood." land all under fence. during his
) UT that when improved good last illness and at the time
1 TM. came "Are you Don't it bills '
; !answer say on
a, animals, and bread. was practically "But how long Is it likely to be before This property on the north side of of his death. We
LJgeT" "T... The children admitted Ire came
an ange.l, questioner under 12 are among you as 1
unknown until East Lake tour miles from Narcooa-
-men had settled down be gets into that kind of a
I ... paused evidently baring exhausted to agriculture. The Chinese with parents see, nine miles from Kissimmee. strangers and parted ss friends. We ,_

"" his fund of questions, and Ching Noung It said to have been emperor the "Yes." mood.T""It' hard to telt The stock: market Price $4,500, $2,500 cash balance one never met more devoted, kind and loving t

then suddenly inquired: "What do you first to teach men the art of husban "Well. I've only got 11 .children is bad. but let us hope for the year. H. M. Breaker &: Co. people than we found in Kissim t,
', measure. from Up to Up. LJgeT" I and If 11 children aren't under 12 Fm mee. Our father had ,
dry and the method of making bread beat." best He may win a dollar or two at BEAUTIFUL lake front lot consistingof otten written to :

:''s' ., Professional; from wheat about 4,000' years before I -Everybody's Weekly. poker some zOgUt before) the week Is a half block, located in the best us about the hospitality and kindnessof ..;... _.
Christ ended." neighborhood in the city. Will sell the Southern people; but we could .
la a girls' finishing school in New
', And Prints Them, Too. only to party who will improve it to not realize it until we met them and
;york they have professional chaperon. "
Saxon Forests Large.Though "Jones writes more foolish thing correspond with surrounding 'prop. came face 19 face with them in this sad ..1
do nothing but take
:1' 'who young woman
-::: - Damning With False Praise erty.Full particulars and price to
Saxony has been "
'; 'i... ;:out,,-walk them around and fetch a center of than any other man I know. William Dean Howella, the author, interested party. H. M. Breaker bereavement I .

faem back again. They take their civilization the of for the long ages, onefourthof "What IS be, a poet T". Was talking about a criticism that t, &: Co. Sl-tf May God's blessing rest upon each: ':'
area kingdom Is
"',;is: yr.f ,.j charges to-trains. and meet them attrains. with forests still covered "No. congressional stenographer. praised him almost fulsomely. and every one of you is the earnest .: ,

"1'' f ** .',-,.They are paid not by the -LatIn. "I dont quite like such Indiscriminate , FOR SALE-Five good paylng orangegroves pjayers of Yours sincerely, .:,
20-acre truck
a farm 3 .
Yk week: or.'month:; but by the Job so "Such Mrs. T. E.-Rolfe WiUlam'Rolf. "
t! I praise/, he prals acres irrigated with Skinner system. .. ,Geo.Rolfe 't'
rri ifuuchjan assignmentAnd the curious Very almll.r.MrL Heard In School. does), a man more harm than good. Alaocomplete sawmill, capacity 10.000feet Mary Elliot Nellie James:\ ,, ..
about It Is that they are bonded.. Bern-Although I have ,
thing been i
tfr to enthusiastic \
It la Ilk* the POUoemaa'sremark per day, log carts wa2'Ol1.eliooci'muleL. and i. i- ,
i' '; Aila ha.e to .mppoct .
)" "titw ''Tfcey, are actually, bonded. Tbs/girls" icaool and college and am_supposedto hdid I ., about the genial B JW mayor., Will sell/at/ bargain I Don't forget that the price of a want) '"I

f-' 'themselves' have e.v.r'D.ea' ,'' >>, able'to be educated, I always mix up those dldni : 'b. was>:f,.2utrictIcmcrJ *'OX' he's) &l'flne, teUer.tbe pollce ', prices. Investigate.C.B6dtols, KUhJ_ ,ad in the Valley Gazette is the cheapest I

'- r ";'tod, fat,.war- .... they should,"DQaded... twosduatr1ea B.ococo..u4.M..n40rr.rBlNu.r. MOTOOOO.- "He bar*. to; *, .& -., ;: , immee. Fla. ,-? . ; *. ,40-tf investment, you ever mad, _; ,.., .
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